Fire crews spent more than five hours battling a wildfire in the Highlands today.
The alarm was raised at around 12.30pm when the blaze was spotted near the village of Abriachan, between Inverness and Drumnadrochit.
Five appliances remain in attendance, though the crew got the 500ft fire under control by about 6pm.
Over the weekend, crews spent more than a day dealing with a wildfire which spread over a patch of gorse in Ross-shire.
The blaze sparked into life on Friday afternoon and the final firefighters left the scene at 8pm last night.
Earlier this month the fire service said that, despite fewer people going into the countryside during the coronavirus pandemic, parts of the nation remained at significant risk of wildfire due to the long spell of warm, dry weather.
Crews urged people who live in the countryside, or may go to rural areas to exercise, to use extreme caution as wildfires could place unnecessary pressure on the emergency services at a time when personnel are badly needed elsewhere.