People from across the North-east have been commemorating those who lost their lives in military conflict during a series of Remembrance Sunday events.
Politicians, veterans and members of the public observed a two-minute silence which was held across the whole of the UK at 11am today.
In Aberdeen, at the War Memorial on Schoolhill, Lord Provost Barney Crockett led the service, which saw wreaths laid by elected representatives, ex-servicemen and women, active military personnel, cadets and other community groups.
A service was conducted by Reverend Stephen Taylor, minister of the Kirk of Saint Nicholas Uniting.
Councillor Crockett said: “The people of Aberdeen are strong supporters of our armed forces and today we join together as a community to remember the sacrifices made on our behalf.
“We remember all of those who have given their lives, and those who have been injured physically and mentally by conflict. We should never forget them.”
Meanwhile, in Inverurie, hundreds of people from the town turned out to pay their respects to the fallen at a ceremony at the War Memorial.