A pod of dolphins made a playful appearance in the Forth to the delight of teacher Eddie White and family.
The dolphins were seen in Anstruther harbour on the Fife coast, and followed the boat the May Princess out to the Isle of May.
The video was taken by Eddie White, a teacher at Ross High School in Tranent.
He told the Edinburgh Evening News: “I have taken photos of whales and dolphins and sea birds for years. From New York to Edinburgh. Loads of places but these guys...they just love having fun.
“People tracked them after we saw them all the way up to Crail.
“They must have been having a blast. When we moved the boat on (they had come over to play) they had the sort of "ah come on, five more minutes" look as they stared at our departing boat.”
Mr White was there with his wife Tanya, who teaches at Castlebrae.
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