Families have been photographed visiting Loch Lomond, enjoying their newfound freedom has Scots have been able to travel anywhere in the country since Friday.
Groups of up to six people from six different households have also been able to meet for the first time in months this weekend.
1. Restrictions ease
From Friday, 16 April, residents in Scotland are now able to travel anywhere in the country (provided there's no overnight stay), and meet up with six people from up to six different households. Photo: John Devlin
2. Loch Lomond
Loch Lomond, one of Scotland's iconic beauty spots, was a prime place for people to go and make the most of their newfound freedom. Photo: John Devlin
3. Escape from the cities
For many city dwellers, Friday marked the first day in months that they were allowed to venture further than 5km outside their local authority area and reach more remote parts of the country. Photo: John Devlin
4. Walkers out and about
Keen walkers were pictured making the most of the warm weather and the newly loosened coronavirus restrictions at the Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park on Friday. Photo: John Devlin