Giant poppies painted on to grass pyramids along the M8
The stunt at Junction 3A marks the start of the 2017 Scottish Poppy Appeal.
Giant poppies have been painted on the grass pyramids along the side of the M8 motorway in West Lothian.
The awareness-raising stunt at Junction 3A marks the start of the 2017 Scottish Poppy Appeal, which will run for three weeks until Remembrance Sunday on November 12.
Huge red and black poppies were painted on the pyramids, owned by nearby Pyramids Business Park, by a team of ground staff from BT Murrayfield Stadium and pitch-painting specialists from Linemark UK.
The pyramids project has run since 2011 and is part of a range of activities organised by Poppyscotland to raise funds and awareness for the appeal.
This year, the theme of the appeal is encouraging people to go the "extra mile" in showing support, which they can show on social media via the #ExtraMile hashtag.
The Scottish Poppy Appeal raises money to support members of the armed forces community across the country.