A north-east estate has been recognised for its woodlands at an awards bash.
Invercauld Estate in Braemar received the New Native Woods accolade at the Scotland’s Finest Woods Awards.
The presentation gives recognition to the people taking care of forests and woodland across the country.
Tullo Farm, in Oldmeldrum, was also highly commended in the Lilburn Trophy for Farm Woodlands at the awards.
The ceremony took place on Friday at the Royal Highland Show at Ingliston.
Winners were presented awards by Cabinet Secretary for Rural Economy and Connectivity Fergus Ewing, pictured with Angus McNicol and Ian Hill of Invercauld.
He said: “There are talented and passionate people whose dedication creates woodland resources for our communities, woodland habitats for our wildlife.
“Scotland’s Finest Woods Awards 2018 celebrates fine woods and fine people and I congratulate all the winners.”