Your pictures of Scotland: 26 September - 3 October

image copyrightGraeme Ross
image captionThe Ryder Cup 2014 at Gleneagles. Graeme Ross and wife Emma had this view of the 18th hole. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures go to
image copyrightSyazwan Asyraf
image captionIs Corrour railway station, nestled in the midst of Rannoch Moor, one of the most remote in the UK? Syazwan Asyraf, from Glasgow, certainly thinks so.
image copyrightKath Manners
image captionA key ingredient in apple and bramble crumble. Kath Manners, from Orkney, said daughter Paula did the honours after a visit to Gleniffer Braes Country Park.
image copyrightAlan Stewart
image captionAlan Stewart's son Alan appeared to take flight in the garden - thanks to a trampoline. Photo taken near Loch Striven, Argyll.
image copyrightNorbert David
image captionAerial view of Dunnottar Castle. Norbert David, from Aberdeen, was flying with a friend.
image copyrightRichard McKay
image captionRichard McKay, from Edinburgh, photographed this waterfall in the Trotternish Peninsula. The Old Man of Storr is in the background.
image copyrightHelen Thom
image captionBeech nuts under a tree near Rumbling Bridge. Helen Thom and her children were there on Sunday.
image copyrightAnna Mcleish
image captionWednesday, 1 October, and Anna Mcleish's daughter braved dipping a toe in the water off North Berwick.
image copyrightRobbie Findlay
image captionRobbie Findlay's photo: "it looks like something out of a Star Wars set, but it's the new bearing fitted to the Glasgow Tower".
image copyrightJamie Hastings
image captionCampsite at Loopallu music festival. Jamie Hastings, from Aberdeen, was there at the weekend.
image copyrightWull Taylor
image captionWull Taylor, from Pencaitland, took this photo of the Jacobite steam train at Mallaig station.
image copyrightTony Shillam
image captionMidges descend on Menstrie. Tony Shillam braved this gathering on Monday evening.
image copyrightDouglas Malcolmson
image captionDouglas Malcolmson took this photo while on a walk along the River Clyde, between Dalmarnock and Glasgow Green.
image copyrightALlison Forsyth
image captionWater droplets caught on spider webs in Alison Forsyth's garden in Westhill, Aberdeenshire.
image copyrightNiall Foley
image captionNiall Foley titled this picture 'Hi-viz sheep' and said it was to highlight Guide Dogs Week (4 October – 12 October).
image copyrightKenny Bett
image captionSunset over the Ochil Hills was photographed by Kenny Bett from Alva.

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