An earthquake with a magnitude of 2.2 has rocked a Perthshire community.
The tremor was recorded in Comrie at 3.22pm on Saturday.
Residents said their homes noticeably shook and reported a loud rumble that lasted for about a minute.
No major damage was caused, but one local said it felt and sounded like a lorry had hit the side of her property.
The British Geological Survey said the quake had a depth of 2km.
The group tweeted: “A small number of reports have been received from residents in Comrie and Crieff. Reports described a ‘really loud bang and the light fitting rattled’, ‘it sounded like an explosion’ and ‘the windows all shook’.”