An air traffic controller has captured views across Glasgow from a plane window on Bonfire Night.
Isabelle Grogg was flying into the city at around 8pm on Sunday night.
Through the plane window she was treated to a stunning display of fireworks from across Glasgow as the cityscape lay below her.
People across Glasgow let off fireworks in celebration on Bonfire Night including at the Fort.
Elsewhere, however, police were called to deal with disorder.
Two groups of youths were fighting and directing fireworks towards each other, Police Scotland said.
Scottish Fire and Rescue Service crews were also attacked with fireworks and bricks thrown at them.
Around 50 young people clashed with riot police throwing petrol-bombs and fireworks at officers in what has been described as “unprecedented levels of violence” on Bonfire Night in Edinburgh.
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