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Youngsters on Mull have been busy weaving willow teepees.
The activity sessions were just part of holiday fun organised over the Easter break by the South West Mull and Iona Development (SWMID) group and friends.
The finished teepees will now be joining other structures for people to enjoy in Tiroran Community Forest.
Emily Wilkins from the Mull and Iona Ranger Service took these photographs to share with Oban Times readers.
SWMID will also be revealing the winner of its People In The Forest photography competition on May 1.
Visitors to Tiroran were encouraged to get creative with their cameras to snap some shots of how they enjoy the forest.
The closing date was April 18 with prizes to be won for primary and senior school ages – and over-18s too.