A photographer snapped a couple gazing at the full moon over an ancient stone circle on the Isle of Lewis.
Grant Jones, 50, lives on the Hebridean island and usually takes landscape photos.
But on Sunday night he was out for moonrise stroll at 8.52pm and snapped the shot at 9pm as it began to get dark.
He got married at the stone circle, Callanish, in 2014.
Grant watched as a loved-up couple walked through the stone circle and watched the giant moon with their arms around each other.
Grant said: “It was twilight, it was getting dark.
“I knew the moon would be rising.
“They came into the stones and they appeared transfixed by the moon.
“It made a lovely image.
“It’s almost at autumn equinox.
“I’m primarily a landscape photographer but it was set up there.
“I got married at Callanish in 2014.
“We’ve lived on Lewis for about a year.
“It’s quite windswept and it’s very beautiful.”