Costa Adeje? San Antonio? Copacabana?
At first glance this photograph may look like one of the world’s most tropical beaches.
However the image, taken by Winterhighland this afternoon, is in fact Loch Morlich at Glenmore, near Aviemore.
Families can be seen making the most of the school holidays as Scotland swelters in a summer heatwave, which was caused by a flow of warm air moving north from continental Europe.
Winterhighland monitors snowfall on Cairngorm Mountain during the winter. The Munro can be seen without a drop of the white stuff on it in the background of the photograph.
Posting an image of Loch Morlich to Twitter earlier, Winterhighland said it was “23C and climbing” in the Highlands.
Glasgow is due to be the hottest place in the country today, reaching highs of 26C.
Areas of Courier Country were the hottest in Scotland yesterday after the mercury rose to 24.2C in Inverbervie and 23.2C in Leuchars.
Met Office spokesman Grahame Madge said: “The east coast had the highest temperatures in Scotland yesterday. Glasgow is going to get to 26C today. Aberdeen could be possibly 22C.
“We’re expecting temperatures to come down a bit by Thursday.”
However “intense rainfall” and even thunder and lightning could be heading for the east of Scotland come Wednesday night into Thursday morning.