21 February 2014
Last updated at 06:54 ET
Snow on Morrone near Braemar. Bert Timmermans, from Aberdeen, thought the tracks were made by two people who had walked side by side. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures, go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnews
Jenny Clarke and members of the BASOC orienteering club trained for a mountain marathon by taking to Inshriach Forest, Badenoch and Strathspey, at the weekend.
Leigh visited the Electric Glen event in Rouken Glen Park, Glasgow.
Snowdrops have appeared alongside the River Ericht. Graham Swinney, from Larbert, spotted them while walking with son Nathan near Blairgowrie.
St Mary's Loch was photographed by Margaret Davidson from Ettrick.
Braemar mountain rescue team took to Beinn a'Bhuird in the Cairngorms on Sunday. Malcolm MacIntyre said they "enjoyed the, for once, excellent visibility and snow conditions".
A trip to visit her dad in Watten took Lyndsay Mclafferty, from Garelochhead, to John O'Groats.
Clouds over the Ochil Hills were photographed Margaret Douglas from Head of Muir.
Sunset over the city reminded Les Simpson, from Aberdeen, of the Pong arcade game.
Crocuses have arrived early in Dundee. Photo by Eric Niven.
Freyja on a swing over Gadie Burn. Dad David Walker, from Premnay, stayed on the bank.
Dawn over Munlochy Bay in the Black Isle on Wednesday. The last of the haar reminded Richard Jenner of a JMW Turner painting.
Toby prepared to throw a snowball. Mum Helen Bishop tried to stay out of range during the trip to Glenshee.
The Fintry Hills and the Campsie Fells as seen by Ann Pettigrew from Arnprior viewpoint.
Glencoe had snow last weekend. Stephen Spiers spotted this ski tow that had to be dug out.