21 March 2014
Last updated at 12:11
A deserted bird-watching hut on Tentsmuir beach. Emil McMahon thought it "looked splendid in its isolation". If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures, go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnews
Vanessa watched dusk fall over the River Tay with partner Aaron Swan from Dundee.
Hugh Currie's wife Kirsteen spotted a ladybird gathering in the garden. Two-year-old grandson Logan was very excited.
Edinburgh Castle from Princes Street Gardens. Ann Gilmour, from East Lothian, said she will miss her daily commute when she retires.
Daffodils in Aberdeen's Duthie Park. Paul McLernan was there on Sunday.
Road traffic at night. Campbell Stewart's camera was in the back seat of the car.
A moody sky over Anstruther was photographed by Helen Bishop from Fife.
Murray was pleasantly surprised to discover fresh flowers in Kirkton's phone box. Photo by Paul Flatley.
Bill Cameron, from Lochaber, noticed this traffic calming measure in Inverlochy.
Iain Patrick watched the sun set over Newhaven harbour.
Prestwick airport turned green for St Patrick's day. Colin Blane, from Stevenston, took the photo on Sunday night.
Once Colin Gagen, from Livingston, reached the summit of Braeriach, 1,296ft up in the Cairngorms. He decided to sunbathe on what he referred to as a "QMD" or quality mountain day.
Snow buntings are Arctic birds so Winnie Lisowski, from Dunbar, was delighted to see them while on a day out.
The view from Gatehouse of Fleet towards Lauriston road. Phyllis Elias, from Gretna, spent the day enjoying the scenery in Dumfries and Galloway.