Shetland's county fiddle group, Hjaltibonhoga were formed in 2014 to represent the islands at the Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo.
The all-fiddle troupe can sometimes include up to 40 players at a time and specialise in both traditional tunes and ones from further afield.
It's a testament to both the widespread fiddling talent in the isles and the logistical planning from group leader, Margaret Robertson, that they were able to maintain such a high standard throughout their runs of the show despite including over 60 performers over four weeks. While the group contains some of the isles most widely acclaimed players, it has also seen many former players return to performing in public again and this is also part of Hjaltibonhoga's mass appeal.
Since performing to great acclaim on their Tattoo debut, they have been invited back for two consecutive summers for a repeat performance in Edinburgh and they have travelled as far as Australia & New Zealand as part of the Overseas Tattoo tour.