Families descended on a small Highland Perthshire community for an evening of caber tossing, piping and tug o’ war.
The Kenmore Highland Games drew crowds to the banks of Loch Tay with a packed programme of competitions, music and dancing.
The games have been part of the local calendar since 1972 and are organised each year by the Kenmore and District Sports Association.
The annual event, always held on the first Wednesday in July, has become known locally as the “friendly” games because of its close-knit and inclusive nature.
The show was opened in traditional style with a pipe band procession from Kenmore Square to the sports field.
There followed three hours of competitions include highland dancing, heavy weight events – such as tossing the caber, throwing the hammer and shot putt – as well as children’s and adult races.
One of the biggest draws was the Kenmore Hill race, a gruelling 8km climb.
This year, the games were captured by a film crew making a travel documentary. Broadcasters from BBC Radio 4 were also in attendance.
Organisers said the trade stands were fully booked well in advance of yesterday’s games.
This summer’s Highland Games season began in Gourock in May and continues until Pitlochry and Invercharron in September.