A statue paying tribute to Aberdeen’s fishing heritage will be unveiled next week.
The bronze figures, of a man and a woman, will be revealed to the public by the Lord Provost at the city’s Maritime Museum at a ceremony on Wednesday.
It will commemorate people who lived, worked and died in the industry.
David Williams-Ellis has been busy creating the work, pictured.
He said: “The unveiling will be a culmination of a lot of hard work and I hope that what I have endeavoured to do will give the people of Aberdeen a fitting and lasting memorial within which they can recognise the role of so many men and women over the centuries and enjoy for years to come.”
The ceremony will include the premiere of a specially commissioned set of songs – called Echoes of Aberdeen’s Fishing Industry – performed by Hanover Street School choir.
The tracks have been developed by the primary school pupils themselves.
Lord Provost Barney Crockett said: “The Shiprow is the ideal location for the memorial, and to commemorate the major contribution fishing has made to the city’s life and heritage.
“I think Aberdonians will be pleased when they see the finished artwork and I hope they come along to the unveiling.”