3 May 2013
Last updated at 07:00 ET
Craig Fulton, from Livingston, rested for a moment before beginning the steep descent to the beach on the Isle of Arran. The mainland is in the distance. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures, go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnews
Deirdre Henderson spotted that the post office in Southend, Mull of Kintyre, is open for business in its new building.
Should have studied harder! Brian Cairns, from Coatbridge, was cycling in Glasgow when he spotted this.
Kieran ventured to the top of Cairn Gorm. Dad Liam O'Hagan took this photo at the radio relay station.
Sunset over Glen Coe. Aileen Laverty, from Edinburgh, planned to cover 44 miles of the West Highland Way from Fort William to Tyndrum in training for the Caledonian Challenge in June.
Entrants in the Highland Fling Ultra Marathon gathered at about 06:50 in Milngavie on Saturday. Paul Dickson, from Livingston, was forced to withdraw due to injury but said the winner finished the race 53 miles later in Tyndrum in seven hours, three minutes.
Rosaleen Bonnar was at Elgol on the Isle of Skye.
Moira Masson was oblivious to the approaching gull as she fed the ducks with her granddaughters at Rouken Glen Park.
Trees in Achmore near Kyle of Lochalsh. Photo by Val Hodgkinson from Lochcarron.
Must have been cold in Elie. Aran Mckee, from Glasgow, spent the weekend with friends in Fife.
This scene at Ferguson's yard sums up the "unstaged humour" of the shipyards on the Clyde for Donald Stirling, from Falkirk.
Sunset over Stoer in the north west Highlands was photographed by Paul Reynolds from Aberdeen.
Lewis Burnett, from Aberdeen, had overcome strong winds to reach the marker on the summit of Lochnagar.
The Borders water rescue team practised on the River Tweed on Sunday. Alison Fuller-Shapcott's husband is in the team.
Emma at the Dundonald show on Saturday. Her aunt Dot Roy, from Kilburnie, said they had a great day out.