The design for a memorial to Eilidh MacLeod has been unveiled nearly two years after the teenager was killed in the Manchester Arena bombing.
Work is continuing on the bronze sculpture - featuring a young female bagpiper with her pipes at rest, reaching out a hand to a young boy also learning the instrument - which is hoped to be established on the Isle of Barra next year.
The community rallied together after the 14-year-old was one of the 22 people killed in the Manchester Arena terror attack on May 22, 2017, with a trust set up in her name to help fund a memorial.
The sculpture of Eilidh is not based on the teenager's own appearance, or that of any specific individual, at the wish of her family.
Instead it is said to be a visual representation of the love, unity, resilience and diversity encompassing her life.