25 May 2012
Last updated at 11:41
The annual painting of Stornoway's fishing fleet is almost complete as Donald Mackinnon notes. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures, go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnews
Peter Mowatt, from Livingston, found time to walk 'The Knockie' during a break in Blairgowrie.
Was James doing a starjump or had he flown down An Teallach? Berenice Hunter, from Broughty Ferry, was there with Dundee Mountain Club.
Stephen Hughes, from Erskine, and friends stopped off at Lossiemouth beach on their motorcycle tour of Scotland.
Fulmars nesting at Hackley Bay in Forvie National Nature Reserve, Aberdeenshire. Morag Will and husband Neil, from Ellon, were out walking on Sunday afternoon.
Heather Carson's ice cream did not last long in the warm weather.
Sunset over Taransay from Luskentyre beach. Darko Naumovski was on holiday from Toronto, Canada.
Sam took part in the sack race. Dad Paul Ritchie cheered him on during sports day in Uddingston.
Timber posts are all that remains of the jetty at Mersehead Sands on the Solway Coast. Walter Baxter, from Galashiels, took the photo.
Mist appeared between the Forth bridges as the temperature rose. Keith Hogg, from Falkirk, was there on Thursday.
Students of St Andrews University took part in the pier walk. Andrew Haynes said the tradional procession takes place after the final chapel service of the academic year.
Glenfinnan Viaduct early on Sunday morning. Gordon Heaney, from Hamilton, said it was worth getting up early for the two-and-a-half hour drive to catch the 'light'.
Katie blew what mum Anne-Marie Walker called a 'dandelion clock' in a park in Helensburgh.
Lex had help gathering a flock of sheep in Glen Ogil. Scott Mather was one helper.