Readers’ pictures of the week, 3-9 May

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A selection of pictures from our readers submitted to The Scotsman picture desk.

Thu 9 May: This unusual picture of Princes Street Gardens, with Edinburgh Castle on the horizon, was taken through the top portals of the Scott Monument by Walter McGillivray

A selection of pictures from our readers in the past week

A selection of pictures from our readers in the past week

Wed 8 May: Roger Bell took this photograph of people who probably weren’t wishing they were in the office instead of fishing in Beecraigs Loch in West Lothian

Tue 7 May: Spring sunshine brightens the last snowof winter on the hills around Loch Callater near Braemar, as photographed by Rosemary Campbell

Tue 6 May: On a recent trip to Mull, Neil Sinclair from Edinburgh photographed several colourful milestones, including this bright yellow one

Sat 4 May: The distinctive towers of Cockenzie Power Station taken from Prestonpans by Scotsman reader Jon Gerrard on a day he describes as perfect for rowing

Fri 3 May: Reader Aaron Krzyzanowski photographed a stunning sunrise from the summit of the 1,712ft-high west lomond, the highest point in Fife, while out for his early morning run with a friend