29 December 2013
Last updated at 09:22
Huge waves crash on to the shore at Lerwick in the Shetland isles during Christmas Day storms. Picture was taken by Susan Watkins. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures, go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnews
"A beautiful day with a perfect blue sky for a Boxing Day wander round Edinburgh," said Keith Brotherston from Dalgety Bay, who took this photograph.
Neil Cameron from Edinburgh said he was cycling along Loch Shiel by Glenfinnan and looked back and saw the railway bridge in the distance.
Gordon Milligan from Broughty Ferry took this long exposure of the light trails caused by people's cars in West Marketgait in Dundee during the last weekend of Christmas shopping.
Boxing Day dip at Prestwick beach. Taken by Sylvia Watson from Kilmarnock.
David Mitchell from Inverness took this photograph of the big wheel in Princes Street Gardens in Edinburgh at night.
"Robbie getting the veg ready for dinner," said his dad Jim McGrory who took this picture at Shettleston Community Garden on Christmas morning.
A picture form Oban Airport control tower. "Some very dark clouds sweeping into Ardmucknish Bay from the Atlantic storm last week", said Murray MacGregor, a firefighter at the airport.
The East Neuk Bolt is the inaugural charity Santa fun run organised by East Neuk of Fife Round Table. This year's took place in Elie where more than 100 Santas "braved the elements" to raise more than £1,000. Picture by Iain Rooney.
"Clyde panorama". This altered view of the SECC and Hydro was created by Wendy Clarke from pictures taken on a calm sunny Boxing Day in Glasgow.
Shaun Roster from Southsea took this picture of the Cairngorms while holidaying in Aviemore.
Benjy Boyle said he "caught" this impressive snap of a woodpecker in Balloch Park in West Dunbartonshire.
This stunning Glasgow nightscape was taken by Alistair Boyd from Charing Cross in the city.
"The Ben Ledi mass looks formidable over Callander," said Harry Robertson from Motherwell.
Tara Grey sent this picture of her daughter Megan with one of their newborn lambs at Eden Brook Farm in Berwickshire.
Paul Barlow from Cults in Aberdeen took this photo of waves crashing against the sea defence at Cowie village near Stonehaven.
"I went out especially to take this shot at Wooer Street, Falkirk, as the contrast of festive and old lights caught my eye when Christmas shopping," said Roy Whittaker.