An Aberdeen building is poised to light up as part of a national charity campaign.
Marischal College will be illuminated in blue light for Global Motor Neurone Disease (MND) Awareness Day on June 21.
The campaign is organised by MND Scotland, and is called Shine a Light on MND.
It aims to raise awareness of MND, which can cause someone to lose the ability to walk, talk, eat, drink or breathe unaided.
Craig Stockton, MND Scotland’s chief executive, said: “I would like to thank Aberdeen City Council for such a wonderful response in the run up to MND Awareness Week.
“By shining a light on MND, Aberdeen City Council can help us raise further awareness of this devastating terminal illness.”
Other famous landmarks across Scotland that will be lit up include the SSE Hydro and the Titan Crane in Glasgow, Caird Hall in Dundee and Ness Bridge in Inverness.