One of Moray’s most iconic buildings has been included in a photographic display at a Glasgow’s Kelvingrove Museum.
Covesea Lighthouse is one of this year’s properties which features in the Moray Doors Open Day.
It is one of only 22 selected to be photographed for the museum exhibition.
Scottish landscape photographer Damien Shields was commissioned to photograph the striking image of the lighthouse.
The exhibition features buildings from throughout Scotland which are part of this year’s doors open day an encourages people to learn more about their local history and heritage.
Covesea Lighthouse is fully booked for tours during the Doors Open Day on Saturday but visitors are more than welcome to tour the grounds and will be provided with information on further tours.
Other buildings which will be flung open to the public in Lossiemouth include former prime minister Ramsay MacDonald’s home with his grand-daughter Iona Keilhorn giving guided tours.
The library in his home features images from Lossiemouth of yesteryear.
There will be a David West exhibition in the town hall which will feature works from the Lossiemouth artist.
During the event visitors can also see inside St Gerardines High Church, Lossiemouth Fisheries and Community Museum.
If all this touring is thirsty work you can try a taste of Lossiemouth during a Windswept Brewing company tour.
The Doors Open Day on Saturday is a free event to see inside the 14 featured properties.
The nationwide event aims to encourage people to learn more about their local history and heritage.