Loch Ness was home to mysterious snaky pop monsters at the weekend (8-10 June) as RockNess came to its shores. Here's Friendly Fires playing top support to Biffy Clyro on Sunday night. Click through for more highlights.
While the rest of the UK was up to its oxters in torrential rain, RockNess punters pretended it was almost summer.
Friday night headliners Mumford & Sons kept that forthcoming second album juggernaut rolling.
Nice to see the fellow from V For Vendetta enjoying a bit of downtime.
Biffy Clyro gave the festival a raucous rock behemoth send-off on Sunday evening.
Jonathan Pierce led The Drums through what he later claimed was their last show for a year.
Local-ish heroes The View drew a huge crowd to hear a smattering of their new material.
Beautiful blue skies overlook the 35,000 RockNess festival-goers.
Ed Sheeran headlined the Golden Voice Arena on Friday evening, mere minutes after he'd guested with Wretch 32. The man's ubiquitous.
Mystery Jets' Blaine Harrison on Friday night.
The Clash Arena was so oversubscribed for The View that the tent almost came down.
Disco came to the Highlands with legend Nile Rodgers leading the current incarnation of Chic.
The dapper Charlie Fink leads Noah And The Whale, just below Eel Pie pals Mumford & Sons on the bill.
Crowd-surfing's pretty cultured up in Scotland.
The antipodean Bill Bailey, Tim Minchin gave it the rock star shapes on Saturday.
Blinded by the light.
Radio 1's Annie Mac mixing it up a storm on the wheels of, um, plastic.
The extravagantly named Orlando Higginbottom of the even more extravagantly named Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs brings the electronica to the Golden Voice Arena on Sunday night.