Fire crews battled through the night to bring a wildfire on Skye under control.
The incident in forestry land above Kyleakin was first reported on Saturday afternoon.
No injuries were reported from the incident with seven crews in total attending the incident.
At its height, the fire spread to possess a fire front of around 0.6miles.
A fire spokeswoman said: “We received a call around 12.38pm to an area of plantation on fire in Kyleakin woods.
“Knapsacks and beaters have been used to extinguish the fire.
“We extinguished the fire as of 11.37am (Sunday) and the incident has now been handed over to the Forestry Commission.”
The fire began in an area spanning 820 foot by 656 foot.
One crew from Dunvegan remained on scene overnight into Sunday morning before they were relieved by Kyle of Lochalsh shortly before 8am.
The cause of the fire is not yet known.
Local councillor John Finlayson, who stays in Kyleakin, said there was a lot of concern from the community.
He said: “Very clearly we are concerned about how this would have started.
“It is very rare for an incident like this to happen near Kyleakin.
“I would just remind members of the public, if they are going in the hills to make sure no flames of any kind should be used, particularly with the warm weather we have had.
“The fire service has to be thanked here for their speedy actions.
“There has been a lot of tree felling in the area recently and had this not taken place, this could have been a lot worse.”