A century and a half of history was celebrated when a Perthshire village held its smallest ever highland gathering.
The Blackford Highland Games began in 1870 and were supposed to have been held for the 150th time on Saturday at the park.
Instead, the lockdown entertainment went ahead in the form of a solo performance from local dancer Ailsa Sloan.
The 20-year-old was declared the winner by games secretary David Robertson and president Stuart Laing.
Mr Robertson said: “Ailsa has been competing at Blackford Highland Games since she was 11 years old and would have competed as a senior this year.
“Stuart offered her first prize. In recognition of the occasion it was the 1870 prize money of 10 shillings.”
While the games could not go ahead as expected this year due to social distancing restrictions, the organisers said they wanted to mark the 150th anniversary, even if it was only a token gesture, and Ailsa’s performance was a reminder of happier days.
The event normally attracts visitors from Blackford and around the world to enjoy its spectacle of traditional Scottish contests, including throwing the hammer, tossing the caber, tug o’ war, highland dancing, and track and field events.
The competitions are typically accompanied by side attractions such as a funfair.