It may look photoshopped, but a photo of a squirrel pushing a shopping trolley has proved patience pays off.
Rather than using computer software to create the image, Dundee photographer Craig Doogan spent three weeks staking out squirrels in Templeton Woods to get the photo of a red squirrel pushing a trolley full of nuts.
It was only after more than 100 hours of waiting that the snapper got the cherished picture of a squirrel pushing, rather than toppling, the trolley.
The 38-year-old father-of-two would visit Templeton Woods each day after dropping his kids off at school.
He would put out different foods – including hazelnuts, sunflower seeds, grapes and pieces of apple and carrot – to tempt the squirrels into position.
“Often the squirrels would just knock over the trolley,” he said. Craig said inspiration for his mix of domestic and wildlife came when he spotted the tiny trolley in a shop.
“I found the trolley and it just went from there,” he said.
Dundee is thought to be the only city in Scotland with a population of native red squirrels.