5 April 2013
Last updated at 06:33 ET
Glen Ure on Friday 29 March. Naomi Mitchell and husband Andrew were there on honeymoon. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures, go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnews
Wildfire around Corpach. Wendy Gootjes took the photo from the Caledonian Canal in Caol.
Fife Flyers beat Braehead Clan in the final league game of the season. Andrew Currie, from Kirkcaldy, watched the action at Fife Ice Arena.
Alistair McDonald, from Edinburgh, and two friends walked the West Highland Way from Kinlochleven to Fort William. On the way, they met "a sprightly 75-year-old gentleman from Rochdale who walks the Way every year before bowling season commences".
Kirsty McLellan's sister made this Easter cake.
The Isle of Arran suffered during the recent snow storms. Andrew Henderson, from Tarbert, spotted parts of a broken pylon near Oragaig.
The last night shift before Cockenzie power station closed. Chris Foubister, from Edinburgh, said the demolition contractor was on site the next day. Edinburgh and Arthur's Seat can be seen in the distance.
Graeme Conlan, from Alva, watched sunrise over North Berwick.
Connor was full of energy during a stroll up Loudon Hill, Ayrshire, with dad Calum Campbell from Kilmarnock.
David Downie caught Dornoch beach when the tide was out.
David McLennan watched lifeboat teams in action in Aberdeen harbour.
Road and rail bridges over the Firth of Forth. Inez Corr flew in a Cessna on Easter Monday.
Philip Garnett, from Glasgow, saw ice on Lochan na Lairige Reservoir following a descent from Meall Corranaich on Easter Monday.
A view of West Loch Tarbert, Ben Luskentyre, Ceapval and the Isle of Taransay. John Masterson climbed An Cliseam on the Isle of Harris.
Sunset over Airdrie from Drumgelloch train station. Photo by Karen Brown from Glasgow.