A campaign group staged a protest outside council headquarters against a planned Highland wind farm.
The Save the Monadhliath Mountains group is objecting to the planned Allt Duine wind farm on the edge of the Cairngorms National Park.
Campaigners say the 31-turbine wind farm would be "devastating" to the unspoilt landscape.
Protestors gathered outside Highland Council headquarters in Inverness on Tuesday morning to voice their anger at the proposals.
They staged their protest while members of the council's planning committee for that area meets to discuss the plans.
A report by planners recommends that councillors do not object to the plans, which will then go before the Scottish Government.
Chris Townsend, campaign spokesman, said: "Today marks a critical stage in the Save the Monadhliath Mountains campaign.
"As the council meet to discuss the Allt Duine wind farm proposal, we want to send a very clear and visible message to councilors that our supporters strongly believe Allt Duine is a wind farm too far.
"The proposed Allt Duine wind farm represents one of 11 wind farms that either already exists or are at the planning application stage in the Cairngorms National Park area alone.
"We’re very concerned about the cumulative effect of turbines on the unspoilt landscape of Scotland’s largest national park and the potential damage to the area. We hope that the councillors will listen to the strength of public feeling against this application."
At the meeting councillors stalled on deciding whether to support or object to the plans, so they could make a visit to the site some time early next year.