28 August 2014
Last updated at 01:45 ET
One of them has just realised they have a visitor. Dad Mark Rennie, from Dunfermline, and son Conn were at Lochranza on the Isle of Arran. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnews
Am Buachaille sea stack was balanced by what Anne and Mike Grain, from Thurso, dubbed 'Am Buachaille Beag', another visitor on the beach at Sandwood Bay.
David Pool hadn't expected to popular with the birds during the athletes' parade in Glasgow on Friday. Photo by fellow Clydesider Daniel Donaldson from Edinburgh.
The River Tweed, near St Boswell, on the Abbey Way, was photographed by Denis Taylor.
Allan Kelly, from Paisley, watching nephew Billy Watson go through to the last 16 at an amateur golf competition in Prestwick.
The sun set on another weekend of Festival Fringe fun for Alan Robertson from Edinburgh.
Memories of summer. Trina Humphris, from Gloucestershire, was in Tobermory harbour on the Isle of Mull.
Claire Holliday, 14, took this photo of the lighthouse at Chanonry point , Fortrose, while out dolphin watching with mum Judie.
Swallow chicks were at home above a doorway. Eric Niven, from Dundee, noticed them in Cellardyke.
St Abbs lighthouse. Stephen Hinde, from Edinburgh, had a 03:30 alarm call to see the sun rise at 05:00.
A runner on the beach at the mouth of the River Don. Andy Leonard was there on Tuesday evening.
The Dutch-registered Wylde Swan left Ullapool for Stavanger, Norway. Photo by Noel Hawkins.
Heather in bloom in Glen Feshie. Photo by David Russell from Aviemore.