Tarbatness Lighthouse, with the lights of the North Sea oil platforms just visible on the horizon.
The jetty at Wilkhaven, with the towns of Moray lighting up the night sky.
Ardvreck Castle in Assynt, with the last of the day's glow in the sky.
The eerie blue light of noctilucent clouds above Tain's Alexandra Bridge.
The Dornoch Firth picks up the reflected colour of upper atmosphere noctilucent clouds.
Stac Pollaidh peeks between the mountains of Coigach in Scotland's North West Highlands on a clear, moonlit night.
The Shandwick Stone; an 8th century Pictish stone, encased in glass for protection, stands sentinel above the seaboard village of Shandwick.
The Kylesku Bridge, in Scotland's far northwest. Only at night will its navigation lights winky at you.
The lonely A894 road snakes into the raw landscapes of Scotland's far northwest, with only the stars and a touch of aurora for company.
Looking across the moonlit Loch Assynt towards the ruins of Ardvreck Castle.
The ruins of Calda House, on Loch Assynt, with a touch of aurora above.
Moonset over the Flow Country
The moon peeks from behind Tarbatness Lighthouse.
Looking to the north at Tarbatness, with the moon illuminating the sea as it breaks on the rocks below.
The Kylesku Bridge, lit up by the headlights of a single passing car.
The start ruins of Calda House, set against fast-moving clouds.
An oil platform and the lights of the Moray coast provide a backdrop to the moonlit Moray Firth at Balintore.