The Stornoway-based Hebridean Celtic Festival is in the running to scoop a top national award.
It has been nominated in the category to find Scotland’s Best Outdoor Festival in the inaugural Scottish Outdoor and Leisure Awards (SOLA).
Members of the public are invited to vote for their favourite in 17 categories at the event.
The winners will be crowned at the final on November 27 in the Glasgow City Hotel.
HebCelt director Caroline Maclennan said: “We are delighted to have been nominated in the inaugural SOLA awards.
“We have just experienced our most successful ever festival and it would be fitting if all the hard work carried out by our army of volunteers was rewarded by winning an award.
“I hope all those who enjoyed this year’s event and our other supporters will get behind us and vote to help us to success.”