The rejuvenated Aberdeen Art Gallery has already welcomed its 10,000 visitor.
A city student was presented with a gift by gallery staff to mark the milestone as the venue continues to draw appreciative crowds.
Jennifer Milne, 19, was visiting the gallery, having travelled back to her home city from Edinburgh, where she is studying business and marketing.
She said: “I read so many good things about the gallery on social media over the past week and thought it looked great.
“I really wanted to see it for myself and loved how light and airy it feels.
“The new terrace is fantastic too and the Forget Them Not commission in the Remembrance Hall is another highlight.”
The gallery opened its doors on November 2 and Miss Milne was the 10,000th person to visit, on November 7.
Christine Rew, Aberdeen City Council’s gallery and museums manager, said: “It has been a pleasure to welcome Jennifer and every one of the thousands who have helped us celebrate the reopening week.
“The response from the public has been magnificent and the numbers have exceeded our expectations.
“We are preparing for another busy weekend and looking forward to many more visitors enjoying all that the gallery has to offer.”
Admission to the gallery is free and it is open from 10am to 5pm, Monday to Saturday, and from 11am to 4pm on Sundays.