Galleries of photographs to showcase the unsung work of carers have been unveiled at venues across Moray.
Charity organisation Quarriers has gathered together moving images from those who dedicate themselves to supporting others across the region.
Organisers received a range of submissions to demonstrate the mix of feelings and emotions experienced by people in the care sector.
The pictures were unveiled at venues including libraries, doctors surgeries and supermarkets across Moray yesterday to mark Carers Rights Day.
It is hoped the images will provide a glimpse into the daily reality of what it takes to look after someone while also giving carers a platform to express themselves.
The photos on display include a wooden crossing, entitled the Bridge to Happiness, to try and communicate the feeling of being able to get outside in a wheelchair.
Another shows two pets to symbolise the companionship and the company that has been provided by Man’s best friend.
Quarriers supports adults and children with disabilities across Scotland as well as helping unpaid carers while running more than 100 separate services.
The charity’s chief executive, Alice Harper, hopes the display will showcase the unsung work done by carers every day across the country.
She said: “The images submitted to us for the photography exhibition showed the range of emotions and feelings that carers have and what caring means to them.
“We look forward to having them on display throughout Moray, so others can view and understand the importance of their role.”
The photography exhibition has opened at venues across Moray in Elgin, Forres, Buckie, Aberlour, Dufftown, Fochabers, Keith and Rothes and Tomintoul.
The pictures are expected to remain on display until mid-December.