Firefighters returned to the scene of a blaze again today after crews spent most of the evening dampening the area down.
Fire crews were called to the scene on a clifftop overlooking Crovie, near Banff just after 11.30am yesterday.
They spent most of the day and into the evening dampening down the scene, which has been designated as a conservation area since 1974.
A spokeswoman for the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service said that crews got the stop message at 8pm last night.
She added that firefighters returned to the scene but there was nothing else they could do.