Repairs to a historic harbour wall at a North-east port are almost complete after it collapsed into the sea.
A gaping hole was left in the stonework at Cullen after it was battered by months of high tides.
Now contractors have salvaged some of the stones, in order to rebuild the wall that has defended the harbour since the 19th Century.
Rock armour will also be put on the sea-facing side of the pier to protect the cherished structure from future high tides.
Repair crews were at the port and have now been working on the project for more than three weeks after the damage was first reported at the end of December.