Firefighters on Lewis and in the Highlands yesterday battled a pair of wildfires.
A call was received at 10.33am with crews from Great Bernera, Stornoway and Shawbost attending to extinguish the grass fire in Leurbost on Lewis.
At its height, the blaze measured three squared acres, approximately 130,680 square foot.
Firefighters used beaters, knapsacks, a hose reel jet and portable pumps to quell the flames before departing the scene at 1.41pm.
The fire did not threaten any property and nobody sustained any injuries.
Meanwhile, crews remained on scene at a wildfire near Kishorn to dampen down hotspots.
The fire, which began on Monday afternoon, demanded the attention of firefighters from Lochcarron and Applecross, who took to the hillside with knapsacks and beaters to combat hotspots.
At its height, the wildfire spanned approximately five miles.
Locals and a water-bombing helicopter were also used to curb the spread of the blaze.
The fires come after a warning was issued by the fire service and Scottish Natural Heritage over the dangers of starting fires due to tinderbox conditions.
Jason Gardiner, Sutherland district manager for the fire service, said: “Many rural and remote communities are hugely impacted by wildfires which can cause significant environmental and economic damage.
“How people behave can significantly lower the chance of a wildfire starting, so it’s crucial everyone acts safely and responsibly in rural environments.”