Police are appealing for information about a man who is missing in the Highlands.
Four mountain rescue teams, Search and Rescue Dogs Association members, police dogs and volunteer air search pilots mounted a major search at the weekend for Steven Seel.
On Saturday and Sunday, members of the Torridon, Dundonnell and Kintail Mountain Rescue Teams were joined by an RAF team, Sarda members, Northern Constabulary dog section and the Skywatch organisation in the search around the Bealach na Bà in Applecross.
The 30-year-old Strathpeffer man was last seen in the search area in the early hours of 3 July.
More than 30 rescuers were helped by six dogs and the civil air patrol members, without success.
Police said they are becoming increasingly concerned for his welfare.
Mr Seel is described as 5ft 10ins (1.78m), of slim to medium build with fair complexion blue eyes. He has light brown hair.
Anyone with information about Mr Seel anyone who believes they saw a man matching his description is asked to contact Dingwall Police Station on 01349 862444.
The mountain pass of the Bealach na Bà rises to 626m (2,054ft) and its road links the village of Applecross with Tornapress, north-west of Lochcarron.