13 June 2014
Last updated at 11:48
"A beautiful day on Vatersay last week", said Liz Hanson from Melrose. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnews
An elephant hawk moth visited Lee Brown's garden at Craigdarroch Lodge, near Moniaive, in Dumfriesshire.
Holm sailing club on a calm evening. Photo by Sarah Kemp from the Orkney Islands.
Crowds thronged along Glasgow's Byres Road for the West End Festival. Richard Hill found a more peaceful vantage point in a nearby terrace.
Wight Rose won the Three Peaks Yacht Race after it passed through Corran Narrows on Tuesday evening. Photo by Martin Briscoe from Fort William.
A snow bridge left by melt water running off the arête on the north side of Ben Nevis. Bill Cameron, from Lochaber, was out running along Coire Leis on Saturday.
Colin Riach did not spot any wildlife from the Stornoway to Ullapool ferry on Saturday but did capture the coastguard training exercise.
The fish-ladder at Allangibbon Bridge, Earlstoun Loch, allow salmon to move up-river. Paul Thompson, form Manchester, said the dam is part of the Galloway hydro-electric power scheme.
The Gumball 3000 Rally arrived at Prestwick airport. Thomas Donachie, from Renfrew, was among the crowds who gathered to watch it.
Liz, Sue and 12 friends flew from Manchester to spend 11 hours walking 17 miles along Foinaven. Sharon Lakin, from Derby, said it was a girl's walking weekend.
Aberdonian Jess and friend Matt had fish and chips while watching the sunset over Stonehaven.
Buckets and spades on Troon beach. Alan Kay, from Glasgow, said the owners were playing in the sea nearby.
Lynn Johnston was in Pennan on Sunday afternoon.
Devilla Forest on Wednesday evening. Darren Brogan, from Dunfermline, was in training for the Caledonian Challenge.
Liz Hamilton, from Tarves, said there was "serious competition" at the Monymusk boules tournament.
Sunset over Blackness. Chris Wilson, from Edinburgh, watched from the other side of the Forth.