A wide array of shops from across the world have been showcased by members of the Watford Observer Camera Club over the past four weeks - you can enjoy the final selection by scrolling down this page - but it is once again time to set them a new challenge.

This time of year can produce some beautiful pictures; the new theme is 'the colours of autumn'.

The Watford Observer Camera Club is a Facebook-based group.

It is open to all photographers, from those who snap pictures on their phones to professionals who capture perfect shots with specialist equipment.

Every four weeks usually, members of the camera club are set a new challenge, a theme is selected and then the work starts for our talented photographers.

Search for Watford Observer Camera Club on Facebook. Ask to join the group and we’ll accept you.

In addition to Dan Stobbs' photo of the Liberty Tea Rooms in Hemel Hempstead at the top of this page, this week’s selection of pictures were taken by:

Rhoda Allen

Watford Observer: 'Copper shop, Esfahan''Copper shop, Esfahan'

Jan Cunnington

Watford Observer: 'Kuala Lumpur indoor market''Kuala Lumpur indoor market'

Stephen Danzig

Watford Observer: 'The LP Cafe, Watford''The LP Cafe, Watford'

Brenda England

Watford Observer: 'Love an independent book shop''Love an independent book shop'

Neil Price

Watford Observer: 'Shops in Tel Aviv''Shops in Tel Aviv'

Robert Stapleton

Watford Observer: 'Cornfield Bakery & Cafe and Pretty Like Pictures''Cornfield Bakery & Cafe and Pretty Like Pictures'

Maria Whitlock

Watford Observer: 'Tea shop, Beaconsfield''Tea shop, Beaconsfield'

Nermin Osman Zerzavatci

Watford Observer: 'Underground bazaar shops, Istanbul''Underground bazaar shops, Istanbul'