Tributes have been paid to a pilot and student who died in a microlight plane incident.
Dave Martin, 63, and Alan McCaskie, 61, lost their lives when their aircraft went down near the summit of Ben More in Crianlarich, Stirlingshire, at around noon on Saturday.
Mr Martin, from Kinghorn in Fife, was described as an "experienced" pilot while his student Mr McCaskie came from Broughty Ferry.
Mr Martin had been flying for 12 years and was a member of Scottish Aero Club. Mr Martin’s passenger Mr McCaskie joined the club last year and he was working towards his pilot's licence.
Their aircraft was one of four on a routine flight from Perth to the Isle of Mull.
Graeme Hammond of the Scottish Aero Club, paid tribute to the two men.
He said: "It's the first accident anyone can remember of any seriousness at all and the two guys were very very popular so you can imagine that it's hit everyone very badly."
Central Scotland Police say they are still investigating the incident.
Ben More is a Munro reaching 3851 feet in height.
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