A poignant statue commemorating a century since the end of the First World War has been unveiled in an Aberdeenshire town.
The metal figure of a soldier, which has been nicknamed Jock, took pride of place on the Mintlaw war memorial at The Square yesterday afternoon.
And standing alongside him is a giant 100 constructed from recycled plastic bottles which were painted to look like poppies.
The unveiling was part of a wider display of public remembrance, which included a display of more than 4,000 knitted, crocheted and loomed poppies.
Volunteers also took the opportunity to raise money for Erskine Hospital.