Crowds packed Loch Lomond beauty spots and car parks over the bank holiday weekend to soak up the Easter sunshine as lockdown restrictions eased.
Pictures taken by our photographer show villages, including Balloch and Luss, busy with sunseekers as temperatures reached up to 15 degrees.
People met for picnics in Balloch Park while others sunbathed on the beach at Luss and enjoyed a dip in the loch.
Car parks across Loch Lomond filled up within hours of Covid travel rules easing slightly on Good Friday, while photos showed Balloch Train Station packed with people.
It came as Scotland’s coronavirus restrictions were changed from “stay at home” to “stay local”.
But the busy scenes prompted concerns some may be breaching rules on social distancing and going outwith their council area ahead of Easter weekend.
Council chiefs hit out after workers were “verbally and physically abused” amid parking frustration at Ben A’an and Balmaha.
They said: “We’ve unfortunately had reports of verbal and physical abuse directed towards council staff working at the clearways at Ben…