The annual parade has been celebrated for more than a decade
Thousands of pipers and drummers brought Scotland Week to a close at the annual Tartan Day parade in New York.
Alex Fergusson MSP, Holyrood's presiding officer, led the procession as the event's Grand Marshal.
About 2,000 people took part, including pipe bands, pipers, drummers and drum majors, Scottish clans and descendants.
Saturday's parade on 6th Avenue was the culmination of a week of Scotland-themed events in New York to celebrate Scottish-American Heritage.
Enterprise Minister Jim Mather joined fashion students from Hawick High School, who wore their own designs - showcasing Scotland's long-established reputation for talent and expertise in the textiles sector.
He said: "During Scotland Week my ministerial colleagues and I have been constantly promoting Scotland in the U.S. as a must-see, must-return visitor destination and a great place to do business."
Scotland Week has been marked since 1998.
Other events during the week included a reception for Glasgow-born, Harry Benson, famous for his photographs of US presidents.
Scotland's national dress was the focus of the Dressed to Kilt fashion event hosted by Sir Sean Connery's Friends of Scotland charity on Monday, and a 10k run was held in the city's Central Park.