A string of famous faces from the last 1,000 years of Elgin’s history have returned to the town centre.
Images of the notable people are being projected on to St Giles’ Church as part of a heritage project.
The art installation was temporarily withdrawn due to the restoration work on the nearby Muckle Cross.
But the projection returned again at the weekend with a video which includes present-day town residents recreating the Wolf of Badenoch’s attack on the town’s cathedral and other historical events.
Images of prominent figures have also been intertwined with children dressed up as policemen at fairs and community events, including the opening of Grant Lodge.
Artist Graeme Roger, who put together the footage, said: “We’ve gone right back to Pictish times with some of the artefacts from the cathedral.
“A lot of the prominent people from the town’s history are men, but when we looked at archive pictures of fairs, we found lots of pictures of the women and children who lived in Elgin.
“The projection equipment could be there for up to 10 years, so there’s the potential to change the images every year.”
The footage is part of the Castle to Cathedral to Cashmere project and will be shown every night until the clocks change in the spring.
Project chairman Jim Royan said: “This spectacular film brings our rich heritage together and alive in an exciting and unique way, making it accessible.”