Nominations are open in a contest arranged to recognise the finest examples of architecture across the north-east.
Aberdeenshire Council is seeking formal nominations from architects, agents and building owners on built and landscape projects in the region as part of the Aberdeenshire Architectural and Landscape Design Awards.
There will be seven categories, which take in structures described as achieving “innovative solutions to housing need” and landscape design.
The deadline for nominations for the 12th instalment of the competition is at midnight on Friday.
However, the student only category will close on Monday, May 4.
This year the public are also being encouraged to nominate buildings or landscapes in their area which they would like to see considered as part of the 2020 scheme.
Efforts will also be made to contact owners to find out if they want to submit a formal nomination for their concept, building or landscape.
There were a number of buildings across the north-east which were winners in the 2018 scheme, including the Tod Head Lighthouse south of Stonehaven and the old clock tower in the seaside town.
The only criteria is that building projects must have been completed within the last two years and landscape projects in the last ten years.
To make a nomination, people should contact firstname.lastname@example.org