A map of Sri Lanka has been recreated with candlelight in Aberdeen in memory of the victims of the Easter Sunday terror attack.
More than 250 people were killed, including 45 children, and scores more were injured in a series of bomb blasts targeting hotels and churche.
Earlier this evening a vigil was held outside Marischal College on Broad Street in memory of those who died, with around 100 people attending.
As the sun set, tealight candles were placed to outline the south Asian island, with markers identifying the cities which were attacked.
Organiser Thumri Dissanayake said: “We are gathered here to show our love to all those affected.”
And Lord Provost Barney Crockett said: “We have to respond with our enormous sympathy for the suffering the Sri Lankans have endured.
“I would ask everyone in Aberdeen to be giving support to the people of Sri Lanka so they can recover and so the future of the country will not be affected.”
Earlier this week Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt warned against all non-essential travel to Sri Lanka while efforts are made to find the bombers.
Almost 60 people have been detained in the capital city Colombo in connection with the attacks, which the Islamic State group has claimed.
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Mr Hunt said: “Our hope is that it will be possible to change this when the current security operation has concluded.
“My first priority will always be the security of British citizens living and travelling abroad.”