A large totem pole has been carved to mark the end of an event celebrating the lives of senior citizens.
The totem pole marked the end of the senior citizen event
The pole was started by Xwa Lack Tun, a first nation carver from British Columbia in Canada.
Volunteers have worked on the pole, which will now be given a permanent home in Aberdeen's Duthie Park.
The pole, part of the Seniors in the City festival, was unveiled with a traditional ceremony and blessing at a site to the east of the bandstand.
Aberdeen City Council events officer Mary Anderson, said: "All the carving has been carried out entirely by volunteers keen to play their part in creating a unique piece of art.
"The unveiling marks the end of this year's Seniors in the City festival and act as a permanent reminder of the key role played in the city by its older citizens.
"This year's festival has been the most successful yet with a wide and varied programme of events and activities, many of which sold out well in advance."
Now in its fourth year, the event for the over-50 age group included a week-long Water Fest, during which city swimming pools opened their doors to offer activities including snorkelling, water polo and diving.