A horse has been saved by firefighters after becoming trapped in a fence on a north-east farm.
Two crews from Fraserburgh were called to the farm shortly after 4pm after receiving a report of the injured animal.
A heavy rescue unit was also called, but was not required as the horse was freed a short time before 5pm.
A spokesman for the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service said: “We were in attendance at an animal rescue in the Peterhead area. We were called to a report of a horse stuck in a fence.
“Two crews from Fraserburgh attended, and a heavy rescue unit was also called but was not required.
“The horse was freed and the stop message was received just before 5pm.”