A North-east town is going all out to get behind their local football team ahead of a cup final.
Peterhead has turned into a sea of blue and white, with shops and business all over the town putting up window displays to support the Blue Toon.
Peterhead face Rangers on Sunday in the final of the Petrofac Training Cup at Hampden Park.
It’s the first senior national cup final the side has reached in its 125-year history.
Carol Ann Main of Begg Shoes and Bags is just one of the shops backing its home town.
She said: “We support the local team.
“I’ve got a pair of retro football boots, a handmade cup, ticket stubs, football tops, scarves.
“We’ve got Jim McInally’s head on a dummy’s head.
“There is a big buzz going on – it’s great to see.”
Something Special Thorntons also has a display set up in its window.
Manager Iain Sutherland said: “We’re wishing them all the best.
“I think it’ll be a tough game – it’ll be hard to say who will win.
“It’s going to be really exciting.”
Graphic designer Ali Corbett set up a display in the Genesis Personnel window on Marischal Street to “add to the community spirit and support the local team and their achievements”.
Ali’s optimism is shared by Louise Sutherland, partnership accountant at Masson Glennie.
She said: “I think everyone’s feeling as positive as they can – 3-1 to Peterhead.
“We’ve got pictures of the players printed out and scarves as well.
“We’ve put a sign in the window wishing them good luck.”
Jane Dickers is a partner at Gray & Gray solicitors, estate agents and notaries public, who also put on a window display.
She said: “We’ve been in Peterhead as a firm since 1740 and consider ourselves to be a local firm.
“It’s a no-brainer that we would want to be involved with the local football club and support them.”
More than 3,000 Peterhead fans are expected to make the long journey south, with the club running 14 official supporters’ buses.
And fans can vote for their favourite window display online here.