24 August 2012
Last updated at 11:43
The sun seemed to bring out the wasps in Juliana Kerr's garden in Banchory on Saturday afternoon. The plum tree seemed to attract them. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures, go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnews
Bob Gray's stag do involved a dinner party on The Table in the Quiraing, near Staffin. Best man Colin Baird said getting the table, chairs and crystal decanters back down was 'interesting'.
Lucy Moseley, Alison, Ewan, Laura and Kim swam the length of Loch Ness, from Fort Augustus to Lochend, in memory of their swimming coach. The swim for charity was completed in 11 hours 40 minutes.
Low tide exposed large sandbanks around Cape Wrath. Douglas Craig, from Helensburgh, was on holiday with his daughter Jennifer.
A hanging basket in Falkirk town centre caught the attention of Roy Whittaker from Larbert.
Dusk over a camp site in Dornoch was photographed by Rob Hill from Inverness
John Menzies went for a walk along the Ayrshire costal path near the village of Dunure. These spectators kept a close eye on him.
A dragon fly lay her eggs in a lochan in Strathnairn. Heather Forbes, from Farr, spotted them early on Thursday morning.
Victoria and Ashely peer through the gates of Glasgow's Necropolis. They were on holiday with dad James Lomond from Ontario.
Oops! A caber breaks at Nairn Highland Games. Photo by Ken Milne from Glasgow.
Damp weather and garden means snails for Karen Brown from Glasgow.
Cruden Bay marked the 1000th anniversary of a 'great Viking battle' said Brian Sandison from Fraserburgh.
Mollie and Murray took in the view of Leven beach with dad Justin Egan from Falkirk.
Beach huts on Hopeman Beach were photographed by Jim Logan from Falkirk.
Rachel went for a dip in the Fairy Pools on the Isle of Skye. Mum Helen Wilson, from Portree, said it was the perfect way to end the summer holidays.