An iconic Aberdeen building was lit up as part of a national campaign to raise awareness of a genetic disorder.
Aberdeen City Council headquarters Marischal College was illuminated all this week to mark World Down Syndrome Day.
People, including the Granite City’s Lord Provost, wore odd socks yesterday as part of the campaign for the developmental disability.
Socks have been used as a symbol to mark the day because chromosomes are shaped “like socks” and people with the condition are born with an extra one.
Campaigners are looking to raise awareness about providing opportunities for people living with the abnormality to contribute to their community.