Work will begin on Monday to repair a bridge at a beauty spot on the Black Isle that was damaged after being hit by a vehicle.
The restoration of the crossing at the Fairy Glen in Rosemarkie, on the A832 road to Cromarty, is expected to take six weeks to complete.
Scaffolding has already been erected at the site, and temporary traffic lights will remain in place at the bridge.
Police have said that there were four people inside a vehicle when it collided with the bridge wall, but that no-one was injured.
Almost an entire section of the stonework fell from the road onto the Fairy Glen path below following the impact.
Police have investigated the incident, which happened on February 19, and have sent a report to the Procurator Fiscal about a 20-year-old man, which remains under consideration.
The bridge previously had to be repaired at a cost of £300,000 in 2011 after being badly damaged by weather.
Highland Council would not put a figure on the cost of the latest round of repairs last night, but said it hoped to recover the money from the insurance of any motorist found liable.
A spokeswoman for the local authority said: “Repair works on the Fairy Glen Bridge, Rosemarkie, will start on Monday, March 21 and it is anticipated that the works will take six weeks to complete. The current road traffic management will remain in place.”
A Crown Office spokesman said: “The procurator fiscal has received a report concerning a 20-year-old man following an incident on the A832 near Rosemarkie on February 19, 2016.
“The case remains under consideration.”