The man who died in a road crash in Carloway last week has been named by police.
He was 72-year-old Philip Walker from Anglesey in Wales. Mr Walker had been visiting the area on holiday.
The incident happened around 10.30am on Wednesday 11 September when Mr Walker's campervan and a Ford Transit van collided between Carloway Bridge and the Doune Braes Hotel.
The female passenger from the campervan and two occupants of the van were all uninjured.
Mr Walker's family released a statement through Police Scotland, saying: "We are grateful for everybody who assisted at the scene, the love and support provided by staff at Western Isles Hospital and the assistance provided by the wider community in the Isle of Lewis in the days following."
Sergeant David Miller from the Road Policing Unit in Dingwall said: “Our thoughts remain with Mr Walker's family and friends at this difficult time.
"Our enquiries remain ongoing and we are continuing to urge anyone who may have witnessed the collision or who has any other information to come forward.
"This includes anyone who may have seen either vehicle prior to the incident or who may have dashcam footage.
“Anyone with information that may assist our investigation should contact Police Scotland through 101, quoting reference 965 of September 11."