More than 100 Minis of all ages provided a sight for sore eyes in Fort William today.
Around 140 of the popular little cars travelled from Blair Drummond to Fort William as part of the annual Thistle Run, organised by the Mini Clan.
Each year the event organisers choose a charity to benefit from money raised during the fun day out. Lochaber Mountain Rescue will benefit from this year’s run.
John Stevenson, leader of Lochaber Mountain Rescue, said: “They all met at the Nevis Centre car park. I believe there were about 140 cars.
“It was great to see all the cars, dating from back to the 1960s, right up to brand new minis. It was quite a spectacle.
“We are very grateful. They raise a lot of money every year for different charities.”
The money raised at the event is still being counted.