Record crowds thronged the streets of Aberdeen during the Easter weekend to visit the Nuart festival.
Easter Saturday has been the warmest day of the year so far, the Met Office said.
A so-called “deadly pollen bomb” could strike over the Easter weekend with temperatures forecast to rise as high as 25C (77F).
It's a time of year which is traditionally associated with rabbits and hot cross buns.
Sun-seekers in Aberdeen were left disappointed after one of the city's prime picnic spots was closed off over the weekend.
The clocks may have rolled forward in anticipation of spring last weekend, but the north and north-east will have to wait a little longer to experience the season's sunshine and warmer temperatures.