A TV wildlife star made a splash at a North-east aquarium as it marked its 20th anniversary in style.
BBC cameraman and presenter Gordon Buchanan, famous for his work on Big Cat Diary, Springwatch, Natural World and the Lost Land series, cut the cake with Provost Bill Howatson at Macduff Marine Aquarium before delivering a talk on his adventures.
He told tales of his experiences of getting up close and personal with wolves, bears and polar bears.
Former manager of the aquarium Witek Mojsiewicz showcased his underwater photography exhibition.
Claire Matthews, manager of the aquarium, said Mr Buchanan was popular with the visitors.
She said: “Gordon was fascinating talking about his adventures. We must have had 1,000 visitors over the weekend.”
The aquarium reopened last month after a revamp that involved rebuilding some exhibits to mark its 20th year.