For almost 200 years, the men of Lonach have marched through the ancient glens of Strathdon proudly wielding their traditional pikes and sporting their historic tartans.
A newly-elected Conservative MSP and retired Army major has joined the battle to save the recently-revamped Highlanders Museum.
A series of poignant events were staged in the Highlands over the weekend in tribute to fallen service personnel and to reunite old comrades.
More than 1,000 military veterans are expected to converge on Inverness at the weekend for an international gathering of the Queen's Own Highlanders (Seaforth and Camerons) Regimental Association.
The Army swept into Inverness at the weekend with a campaign to prove it is still looking for new recruits.
The Highlanders' Museum at Fort George has won another stripe, retaining full accreditation by the national governing body, Museums Galleries Scotland.
A battalion of Highlanders will embark on a pilgrimage through Aberdeenshire this week as a historic march is brought back to life.
It is almost three centuries since 10,000 loyal north-east men gathered in the grounds of an Aberdeenshire landmark during the first Jacobite rebellion.
The centre of Inverness fell silent yesterday as residents marked Armistice Day.