Children across the city cleared up rubbish, including a car bonnet and a satellite dish, as part of a 24-hour litter pick.
School pupils and community groups collected 262 bags in the annual Glitterpick, arranged by Aberdeen City Council’s environmental team.
The event started in the Mastrick and Sheddocksley area on Wednesday night.
This year 465 people were part of the clean-up, including pupils from Cornhill School, Hazlehead School and other primaries and secondaries across the city.
They were joined by members of Friends of Walker Dam, RSPB Dolphinwatch, Friends of Sunnybank and the council’s Countryside Rangers teams.
Phillip Bell, the council’s waste spokesman, said: “It’s great that so many community groups came out to help keep our city looking sparkling clean.”