Your pictures of Scotland: 27 September to 4 October

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image captionGreg Robertson, from Streatham, was on a cycling holiday in the Highlands. Photo sent in by Patrick Fallon. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures, go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnews
image captionPeter Drozd, from Slovakia, introduced his family to Findhorn beach following a few years away from the Highlands.
image captionIain Slorach, from Cardross, was brave enough to look down from the viewing platform of the Titan Crane in Clydebank.
image captionCowcaddens fire station threw open its doors to the public on 22 September. Jon Bodie, from Glasgow, was among the visitors.
image captionGavin Mitchell, from Callander, visited the Kibble Palace in Glasgow's Botanic Gardens.
image captionThe old pier at Craigendoran railway station. Photo by Hugh Hamill from Helensburgh.
image captionFirkin Point on the banks of Loch Lomond. Chris Towers said he had fond memories of climbing the tree with friends.
image captionA view across Loch Tay to Kenmore. Allan Green, from Glasgow, was cycling to Inverness at the time.
image captionThis statue greeted Stewart McConnell, from Cleland, as he walked down the street in Kilmarnock.
image captionThomas Kerrigan, Caroline and James went for a walk between Rowardennan and Sallochy Bay and saw this impressive toadstool.
image captionConstruction work at the Firth of Forth was photographed by Simon Filsell from Edinburgh.
image captionScout leader Matthew Wood took this photo of a camp fire by Canty Bay near North Berwick.
image captionLuisa Fallon's evidence that The Helix skate park, in Falkirk, is open. Photo sent in by Gregor Watson.
image captionAndy Young, from Livingston, was heading home after visiting his parents in Philipstoun when he photographed this sunset.