Former Led Zeppelin frontman Robert Plant was spotted at the weekend on holiday in the Outer Hebrides.
Plant, 66, flew into Stornoway on Saturday, where he hired a vehicle from a local firm.
He was spotted at the weekend in Northton, in the isle of Harris, where he relaxed in the Temple Cafe.
In a beautiful act of randomness, another rock veteran – John Maher, of Buzzcocks fame – was also in the cafe at the same time, and a number of delighted diners snapped the musical duo.
Maher moved to Harris some years ago.
One local, who was in the cafe, said: “Robert Plant was very friendly and chatted away to everybody, and he was happy to pose for photos.
“He was holding a brochure of places for sale in Harris, so he may well be looking to buy a property here.”
Meanwhile, at Oban yesterday Sarah Ferguson the Duchess of York was spotted after ending several days holiday sailing off the west coast.
It is understood the duchess, the former wife of Prince Andrew, was a guest of Chinese businessman Sir David Tang and his wife Lucy aboard the Fair Lady, a charter super-yacht.
The party visited Islay, Jura, and Tobermory on Mull during their short cruise.
Before flying out of Oban Airport yesterday the duchess commented on the rain to members of the airport fire crew – and was told they were used to it.