The legacy of Gaelic singer Calum Kennedy has been celebrated on Lewis during National Mod week.
An exhibition commemorating the singer's colourful life has opened at the Ravenspoint Community Centre close to the village of Orinsay where he was brought up.
In addition, a trophy in his memory and his wife Anne Gillies has been introduced for former Mod Gold Medalists.
Daughters Fiona, Morag and Deirdre attended the formal launch of the exhibition.
The singer, who died in 2006, was the most famous Gaelic singer of his generation. He won the National Mod gold medal in 1955 and the World Ballad Championship in Moscow two years later.
He went on to become a popular television and stage performer and his inimitable style and presentation came to define how Gaelic song was viewed by the outside world.