The isle of Skye and a Highland glen have been given the star film treatment once again.
This time they are being featured in the latest Volvo car advertising campaign.
The island’s iconic sights – such as the Skye Bridge and Old Man of Storr – are featured in the 2 minute 23 second commercial for the all-new V90 cross country model.
The advert follows a couple on a tour of rain-swept Skye.
Back on the mainland, scenes in Glen Etive – used as the backdrop to many movies, including Braveheart and Skyfall – were also shot.
Edinburgh-based LA Media took charge of aerial shots using a drone.
London-based creative agency Redwood was supported by service company LS Productions, which helped organise the four-day location scout earlier this year ahead of the shoot with director Martin Swift.
Highland Council agreed to the filmings’ road closures but the production company asked for its details and shoot to remain confidential at the time.
Skye is certainly proving a magnet for films.
Scenes for the new Transformers movie are the latest in a number of Hollywood blockbusters to be shot on the isle.
To be released in cinemas next June, Transformers: The Last Knight, stars Laura Haddock, Sir Anthony Hopkins and Mark Wahlberg.
It has been suggested the fifth outing of the franchise is about giant battling robots has a connection to the legend of King Arthur.
On Skye, actors were seen wearing medieval garb and riding horses.
In recent years the island has provided the backdrop for a number of film and TV productions – more recently the Disney adaptation of Roald Dahl’s ‘BFG’, which was directed by Steven Spielberg.
Scenes for ‘Macbeth’, which stars Michael Fassbender, were shot in Trotternish, while the Old Man of Storr was used in Ridley Scott’s ‘Alien’ prequel ‘Prometheus’.
Keanu Reeves 2013 film ’47 Ronin’ had scenes shot near Neist Point, and the landscapes of Skye and Wester Ross also had big screen exposure on ‘Stardust’, which featured Michelle Pfeiffer and Robert De Niro.
The island’s landscapes have also featured in ‘Flash Gordon’, ‘Highlander’ and ‘The Land That Time Forgot’.
VisitScotland estimate that 40% of visitors to the UK are inspired to come after seeing a location on film or TV.
The Old Man of Storr and Trotternish Ridge are among Skye’s most recognisable landscapes.
It is estimated that more than 100,000 people visit the site each year.
The ‘Old Man’ is a large pinnacle of rock that stands high and can be seen for miles around. As part of the Trotternish ridge the Storr was created by a massive ancient landside, leaving one of the most photographed landscapes in the world.