A paramotorist has posted a breathtaking video of a January flight over the Angus glens.
Gordon Robertson, from Fraserburgh, took footage over Glen Esk.
He uses a £7,000 paramotor a parachute with an engine on his back to soar above the mountains, lochs and coastline.
Mr Robertson, 53, said the sport, which is less than 10 years old, was the “least regulated form of flying”.
The part-time refrigeration engineer spent more than £4,000 on the engine and a further £2,000 on the wing, and is allowed to fly anywhere in uncontrolled airspace.
His breathtaking tours include one over Ben Nevis.
Mr Robertson said: “When you go up there the view’s just brilliant. One good flight can keep me going for weeks.
“I have dreamt of flying like Superman but this is different. I like flying up, switching the engine off, and gliding down.”