5 July 2014
Last updated at 04:18 ET
The Old Man of Storr on the Isle of Skye. Photo by Alan Paterson. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnews
Flowers in a roundabout in Dundee got Friday evening off to a good start for Drew Porch.
Yachts moored off the Isle of Canna with the Isle of Rum in the distance. Matthew Grayshon said he regrets living in "land-locked London".
Sheep racing along Fort William High Street on Saturday. Bill Cameron, from Lochaber, wryly noted that a "number of good jumpers" were heading for the finish line.
Andy McKay-Hubbard sailed along the Kyles of Bute on Monday having spent the weekend at Tarbert traditional boat and Viking festival.
Katie Bell and family arrived home to Kilbarchan to find a swarm of bees in their garden. A local bee keeper gave them a new home.
Boy overboard. Joseph fell from the Coracle during Portsoy Scottish Traditional Boat Festival on Sunday. Mum Alexandra Harris said he enjoyed it all.
Iain Shaw liked this welcome message as he returned to Glasgow.
It's a long way down. Emma Matheson, from Elgin, strolled along the River Findhorn, near Logie Steading, during the Moray walking festival.
Michael and dad Callum Wilson helped the Edinburgh Society of Model Engineers prepare Kirkliston track for a day's steaming.
Kirstin graduated from Glasgow University as proud mum Catherine Leckie, from Fort William, looked on.
Noctilucent clouds over Taransay. Peter MacIver was on holiday in the Isle of Harris.
Mary Frew admired the dolphin trail in Aberdeen.
The Queen's Baton Relay is making its way around Scotland. Joanna Torcy, from Musselburgh, saw it in Portobello.
Nest building on Mainland Shetland. Andrew McGee had flown his nest in Aberdeen to spend a family holiday in Shetland.