A champion wakeboarder has returned to his Highland roots to try his skills on the waters of the north.
Adam Errington, 26, was born in Inverness and grew up in Ullapool before emigrating with his family to Orlando in Florida.
It was here that he learned wakeboarding – the world fastest-growing board sport.
It is similar to snowboarding on water and is an alternative to water-skiing.
The professional wakeboarder has also appeared in movies and a cast member of MTV’s WakeBrothers.
Since arriving in Scotland, Mr Errington has ridden the waters of Loch Lomond.
He also visited Eilean Donan Castle, boarding past the iconic castle.
And yesterday he was on the waters of famous Loch Ness for another session, before heading to Ullapool today.
Mr Errington said: “When I was nine years old, my family moved to Orlando which just happens to be the wakeboard capital of the world so it wasn’t long before I was competing and loving it. I excelled pretty fast and turned pro by the age of 18.
“We came up with the idea of this ‘coming home’ trip where, with me bringing a few riders and photographers back to my homeland and doing a week-long tour from Glasgow up to Ullapool stopping at stunning lochs and iconic locations along the way, documenting it all and wakeboarding in some really cool places where there isn’t much wakeboarding going on at present.”
Mr Errington still has relatives in Ullapool where his grandmother, Margaret Errington, ran The Four Seasons Hotel.
His parents are Sylvia and Simon Errington.
The week-long trips culminates with the key event in the wakeboarding calendar, the Loch Stock festival (3-5 July) on the shores of Loch Lomond at Scotland’s first wakeboard and wakesurf school – Loch Lomond Wakeboard (lochlomondwakeboard.com).
He added: “This trip has long been my dream and I’m so excited about the idea of wakeboarding in such idyllic locations that also hold such meaning for me.”