Reality shows may dominate the TV schedules and millions of viewers have spent months obsessing over the romantic entanglements of Love Island.
The Proclaimers sang about walking 500 miles and then 500 more.
Every week our picture editor receives thousands of images from across the world and right here in Scotland. Browse the galley above for his top picks from this week.
Like the boxer, Adonis throws his weight around to test his opponent's strength and endurance.
Every week we take a wee sneak peak into the life of an instagran who shares snapshots of her active, busy and fun life.
The day I… let my husband deliver our baby: Edinburgh author and midwife Leah Hazard shares her story
I was born and grew up in America. I did my first degree in English literature at Harvard University and came to Scotland in 1999 to pursue a Masters degree in theatre directing at The Royal Conservatoire in Glasgow.
Home is where my heart is: Jenni Falconer on 25 years in showbiz, being a mum and the secret to her happy marriage
After six years of being a middle-of-the-night sleepyhead, Jenni Falconer has just got her weekends back.
We did like to be beside the seaside and we still do as Scots enjoy timeless joy of holidays at home
Things are not, we are often told, what they used to be. For holidays, at least, that is certainly true.
The classic view of The Five Sisters of Kintail – of which Sgurr Fhuaran is the highest – is from a layby on the Glenelg road as it climbs steeply through Ratagan Forest.
After a lifetime spent caring for old buildings, antiques, and gardens, horticulturalist Karen Ellington, 70, of Towie Barclay Castle in Aberdeenshire, now finds it refreshing and rewarding to spend quality time with her three young grandchildren, whom she absolutely adores.
This beautiful girl can mainly be found sprawled out at the front of her run without a care in the world.