10 August 2012
Last updated at 11:58
Alex waited by the boat in Loch Leven while mum Jo Bicheno, from Dunblane, looked around Eilean Munde. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures, go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnews
Water droplets trapped in a spider's web in Alan Tough's garden in Elgin. Alan prefers to call them 'fish eye lenses'.
Three-year-old Ryan went to the South Ronaldsay and Burray Show with dad Steve Cattigan. He was on holiday to see his grandparents on the Orkney Islands.
A bonfire tea on the shore at Ord, on the Isle of Skye, was enjoyed by Sara Taylor, from Connecticut, and Ruth McLeish from Edinburgh.
Marie Donnachie, from Abernethy, went to Perth Agricultural Show on Saturday.
Opening night of the Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo. Rachel Anderson was on holiday from Florida.
A forest near New Abbey, Dumfriesshire. "The moss underfoot was at least 10 cm deep and very bouncy", said Lorna van Zee, originally from Scotland now living in Surrey.
The roof of the Chamber of Commerce building gave Brendan Murphy, from Coatbridge, a bird's-eye view of the band practising in Glasgow's George Square for the World Pipe Band Championships.
A funnel cloud over Coatbridge. Gavin Ross, from Glasgow, was on his way home having had a day of glorious sunshine in Edinburgh.
Craig, Ian and Dave on the summit of Dumyat, in the Ochil Hills at sunset. Photo Paul Rodger from Dunblane.
Crowds gathered for the 'toss the sheaf' competition at Bunessan Show on the Isle of Mull. Gordon Bruce said Garth, pictured, went on to win.
Bridesmaids at Claire and Mikey's wedding dipped their toes in the water on Cromarty beach near Inverness. Thomas Hutchison, the flower girl's father, had seen a heart in the clouds and believed it to be a good omen.
A family walk in Westray, in the Orkney Islands, on Sunday afternoon. Erin Burns, from Edinburgh, stayed well back from the cliff edge to snap this sea stack.
Finn jumped into the water at Balloch Country Park, Loch Lomond, while brother Callan and mum Eilidh McIntosh, from Glasgow, looked on.
Troon minutes before a thunderstorm stuck. Anna White, from Johnstone, said it was dramatic.