Our winning photo this week, from Mark Reynolds, shows even the Highland cows at Stronaba, near Spean Bridge, could do with a trim now hairdressers are open, with the wee coo showing off his lockdown locks.
Another reader in the frame this week was David Sneddon, who, with the Masters wrapping up this weekend, headed to a golf course in Crail, Fife, for a round of golf before capturing this incredible night-time blanket of stars.
Also enjoying the magic was Bradley Waite, who was channeling his inner Harry Potter when he went with his gran on the Jacobite Steam Train over the Glenfinnan Viaduct.
Ian Barnes showed a side to the well-known Outlander filming location of Culross in Fife.
He captured a wonderful shot of the pier at the Royal Burgh in the evening sun, which he says is a must-visit for everyone, not just fans of the show, once lockdown ends.
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