Hundreds of students have enjoyed a traditional chilly dip in the North Sea in a bid to bring good luck for their forthcoming exams.
The University of St Andrews tradition sees students rush into the water at East Sands beach in the Fife town at dawn on May 1.
The dip is thought to cleanse students of any academic sins according to legend, and follows The Gaudie on April 30.
The torchlit procession sees students walk to the pier in St Andrews to commemorate John Honey, who studied at the university.
In 1800, he rescued members of the crew of the Janet of Macduff, which had run aground off the East Sands.
Each year students process by candlelight led by a piper to the East Sands, where a wreath is laid at the site of the shipwreck.
However this is the first time both The Gaudie and the May Dip have taken place since 2019 due to the coronavirus pandemic.