The sky will light up above the north-east for the next three weekends as people celebrate bonfire night.
The Haughs in Turriff hosted the first display of the season last weekend.
Donations from the event – which featured music and fire juggling entertainment – went to the Ucan cancer charity.
Organisers of the various displays have chosen to host their bonfire nights in the run-up to the big day, with only Aberdeen, Newtonhill and Kemnay’s taking place on November 5.
More than 12,000 visitors are expected to attend this year’s musical-themed event at Aberdeen Beach.
The event will kick off at 6.30pm with fire jugglers and a charity walk, followed by a 20-minute firework display from 7.30pm. If you cannot make that fireworks spectacular, there are plenty around the north-east in the run-up – and even after – Guy Fawkes Night.