An Apprentice Boys parade in Londonderry
A parade by the Apprentice Boys of Derry has been held in Inverness for the second successive year.
The event marking the anniversary of the formation of one of the organisation's newest clubs has met opposition from Highland councillors.
Inverness councillor John Holden had said the parade should be reconsidered, saying it sent out the wrong message.
Northern Constabulary said the event passed "peacefully and without incident".
Jim Brownlee, governor of the Associated Clubs of the Apprentice Boys of Derry, said there had been dialogue ahead of the march.
He said: "Any parade we have would engage a band, maybe a flute band, maybe an accordion band, maybe a pipe band, but that's normal practice for the association.
"We are only too well aware of tensions in Northern Ireland that have crept into aspects of parading and we have addressed that."