Dundee’s firefighters were called to a spate of incidents on Bonfire Night.
Buildings at the allotments next to the Law went up in flames and many unofficial bonfires had to be extinguished after getting out of hand.
Reports of antisocial behaviour – including children throwing fireworks into a bonfire – were also reported by members of the public.
A spokeswoman for Scottish Fire and Rescue said: “We attended numerous call-outs to fires across Dundee last night.
“Many of these were to unofficial bonfires that had got out of control.
“It was a busy night for us.”
A shed was reported to be “well-alight” at the Law allotments just before 9pm, with firefighters taking more than an hour to get it under control.
The spokeswoman added: “We received a call at 8.55pm to say that a shed was well alight.
“Two appliances were dispatched, one from Macalpine Road and one from Blackness Road.
“Firefighters using two hose jets took just over an hour to douse the flames.” She added that it was not known at this stage if the shed fire was being treated as deliberate.