Rainy weather failed to dampen the spirits of the thousands of people who turned out in force for Buckie’s annual summer show yesterday.
The town centre bash fell victim to drizzle but locals beamed from beneath their brollies as they made the most of the attractions on offer.
The day-long event kicked off at 8am with a six harbour walk, organised by Buckie Rotary Club, where 500 people toured a stretch of the area’s picturesque coastline on foot.
The jaunt began at Portsoy and walkers passed Sandend, Cullen, Portknockie and Findochty on their way to Buckie.
Organisers estimate that 2,600 visitors took in the summer show across the day.
More than 100 classic cars lined up along both sides of East Church Street, with an array of impressive tractors dominating the adjoining High Street.
The eye-catching catalogue of vintage motors included Bentleys, McLarens and Ford GT40s.
The event’s classic car convener, Charlie McIntosh, said he always made an effort to showcase vehicles which aren’t often spotted at car shows.
He added: “We had a fantastic selection of cars, tractors and motorcycles booked in.
“We had motors ranging from super cars to vintage cars on display.”
There were also lines of classic motorcycles and local youngsters gazed in wonder at a range of huge tractors.
Agriculture enthusiasts flocked around a rare V8 Massey Ferguson, of which there are only two known in Scotland.
And Cluny Square was transformed into a makeshift amusement park for the day, where youngsters delighted in whizzing about on some of the fast paced rides on offer.
Local fire crews were also present, and allowed excited children the opportunity to sit behind the controls of their engine.
Chairman of the Buckie Business and Retail Association, Charles Milne, said: “It is rewarding to see local organisations pulling together to put a wee show like this on in Buckie.”