23 January 2014
Last updated at 06:30
A view of the Scottish Cheviots from Hownam. Photo by Barry Howard from Leigh-on-Sea, Essex. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures, go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnews
Sunrise over Berwick Law and Bass Rock on Sunday. Charlotte Dales, from Dysart, said the orange glow also lit her house.
The rooftops of Dundee on a foggy Thursday morning. Eric Niven found a vantage point at the top of one of Dundee University's buildings.
Dinner time on the Isle of Berneray. Donald Mackinnon, from North Tolsta on the Isle of Lewis, spotted the diners.
The silvery River Tay reflected the sky as Katrina Johnstone made her way to work on Monday.
Rowan enjoyed the sunshine in Glasgow's Victoria Park with dad Alistair Easton.
Margaret Smith, from Scone, thought it unusual to see trees "standing in water". Parts of Perth's North Inch park were still flooded on Saturday.
The Burning of The Clavie took place in Burghead on 11 January. Gavin Shaw, from Newtonhill, said it was "fuelled up on top of Doorie Hill", and added, "I believe nobody was hurt in the making of this picture".
A bitterly cold Saturday morning in St Andrews did not deter this surfer. Emil Mcmahon said he was the only one of three who managed to stand up.
Bill Cameron, from Lochaber, dared to look down from Scott's monument in Edinburgh.
Up Helly Aa in Scalloway, in the Shetland Islands. Sara Saravanan watched the Jarl squad mark its way to the harbour.
Monifieth beach was photographed by David Tennant.
Alan Hall and wife Ally, from Berwick-upon-Tweed, had just completed the Carron sea lock to Bowling section of the Forth and Clyde canal walk.
A stare-off between Anthony Robson's hens and an uninvited fox.
Fergus Mitchell watched as a "fog front" approached from the east until he too was enveloped by it.