AC/DC’s Angus Young visiting Loch Earn? Pull the udder one!
Two new art installations have been added to the awardwinning BLiSS art trail linking Perthshire and Stirlingshire.
An AC/DC-inspired piece and a metalwork stag will be in place for three weeks before being moved on.
The Australian band’s guitarist, Angus Young, has been turned into a tartan Highland cow for the run.
Sculptor Kev Paxton, of ArtFe by K Paxton Blacksmiths, created the piece as part of his Rock and Roll Herd of Fame line.
There are eight cows in the herd, including Lemmy the heavy metal chain coo, named after the Motörhead singer.
Lemmy was recently purchased by a fan at the Royal Highland Show in Edinburgh.
The cow will be placed outside the Lochearnhead Hotel.
The surrounding area has links with famous musicians, including The Beatles, who stayed at the Four Seasons Hotel in St Fillans, and Simple Minds, who had a recording studio on the A85.
A second piece, called Jaggy Staggy, will be placed alongside the A84 at Balquhidder Station.
Jaggy Staggy is just back from posing at the GWCT Scottish Game Fair and, after his three weeks is up, will move on to the Pittenweem Arts Festival where he started out life.
Last year, visitors were invited to be a sculptor for the day, trying their hands with hammer and anvil under the watchful eye of Kev.
Visitors helped to bend all of the metal bars that give Jaggy his unique appearance.
The BLiSS trail links the villages of Balquhidder, Lochearnhead, Strathyre and St Fillans, in the heart of what is known to many as Rob Roy Country.