Police are warning of heavy traffic in Inverness-shire today as thousands of fans leave the Belladrum music festival.
The event, near Beauly, ended last night with a headline set by indie band Razorlight.
Revellers have been praised by police for their behaviour, despite a two arrests over the past 24 hours and a small number of drug seizures.
Event commander, Chief Inspector Mark Mackay said: “It has been an excellent event with very low levels of disorder and crime and we thank everyone who attended for their friendly approach and good nature. To ensure it ends in the same way and everyone gets home today safely, we stress to drivers to ensure they are sober and fit to drive before leaving the festival”.
He addded, “Given the volume of traffic leaving Belladrum there will be delays in the surrounding area especially the Beauly to Inverness road so we ask everyone to be patient and take your time. Traffic will be managed away from the site and traffic officers will be patrolling roads in the area”.