Businesses in Moray have encouraged shoppers to get into the spirit of social distancing by picturing two whisky casks.
More than 500 posters depicting large wooden barrels end-to-end have been printed to help people visualise the space required to limit the spread of coronavirus.
Moray Chamber of Commerce has launched the initiative with local communications agency Spey to remind visitors about the hidden dangers.
Businesses across the region in Lossiemouth, Elgin, Buckie, Dufftown, Forres and Keith already have the posters on display.
Sarah Medcraf, chief executive of Moray Chamber of Commerce, said: “We wanted to create something that was light-hearted, with a nod to Moray’s whisky heritage, but which still sent a strong message to visitors to our region about the importance of socially distancing.
“As the dangers around Covid-19 persist, we continue to urge people who live, work and visit our community to stay two casks apart in line with Scottish Government guidance.”
The posters can also be downloaded online.