Beautiful photos show dogs posing at the top of various Scottish summits.
The images, which were uploaded to different hill walking and countryside groups on social media in recent months, show the dogs casually posing with a backdrop of mountains.
One of the pictures shows John Sloan’s dog, Skye, on the ‘devil’s staircase’ on the West Highland Way.
Another photo shows Skye on a hill with Blà Bheinn on Skye behind her, which was unfortunately the last photo taken of her.
Skye, who has now sadly passed away, was the mascot for the Scotland for the Roadside Facebook page and postcards were made with her on the front.
Owner John said: ‘The founder of the group Bruce suggested she should be the mascot as we would tour all over the highlands and islands showing her in the landscape, little did we know how big the group would become.
‘I never really took photos until I met Skye, so I have her to thank for that.’
Another photo shows Claunie at the top of the Cobbler in Argyll and Bute with sunglasses on.
Another image of the posing Jack Russell shows him holding a standing on his two hind legs after conquering the climb.
A third image taken at the summit of Biden Nam Bian, south of Glen Coe shows Blue staff Lola admiring the view as owner Rob Davie took the shot.
Nikki Yoxall posted a photo of her eight-year-old lab also enjoying Glen Coe.
Lucy Marquis took a picture of her three year old dog Cooper looking very proud of himself on top of Beinn Achaladair near Perth and Kinross.
Avid hiker Modliszka Justyna, from Inverness, took a photo of her 11-year-old German-Polish Shepherd at the top of liathach in the Torridon hills bagging his fifth munro, she said: ‘I’m so proud of him, just wanted to share with you, people who walk with dogs, understand.’