These stunning images show the changing colours of Scotland as autumn begins to creep in.
The summers’ warm weather has meant a late start to autumn this year but as each day breaks, the colours of the landscape are looking more autumnal.
In West Lothian yesterday (Tue), cyclists making early-morning journeys could be seen passing fields under a beautiful sunrise that produced a vibrantly colourful sky.
Along the River Almond, the sky, tinged with pink and red colours, made the water look almost purple as the early-morning light reflected off the surface.
In Edinburgh, a townhouse could be seen covered in red ivy as the coming of autumn begins to change the colour of plant life all over the country.
The orange colours of autumn leaves reflected on a pond in Milngavie, East Dunbartonshire, were beautifully captured on camera.
While in Glasgow, a little squirrel could be seen playing in fallen leaves in the city’s Botanic Gardens.
People were also out enjoying the sunny autumnal weather in Glasgow’s Kelvinbridge Park, taking in the fountains and colours of the trees.
Many people will be hoping that autumn is not too shortlived however, as the first signs of winter arriving have already been seen around the UK.
The first snow of the season fell in the Cairngorms over the weekend, while temperatures dropped below zero in Aberdeenshire on Sunday night. DOWNLOAD THE EDINBURGH EVENING NEWS APP ON ITUNES OR GOOGLE PLAY