The official naming of an Aberdeen park which honours the life of a young soldier killed in Iraq has taken place.
A last picture of L/Cpl Douglas was taken shortly before he was shot
The Northfield skate park has been named after L/Cpl Allan Douglas, 22, who died last year.
It was created as a community regeneration project and residents helped raise funds for the park.
Local councillor Gordon Graham said of Saturday's event: "I think the naming of Allan Douglas Park will be a fitting way of remembering this lad."
Built on land where L/Cpl Douglas played as a child, the play park in his memory was suggested by the local community.
The soldier was shot by a single sniper while keeping watch on the roof of an Iraqi police station.
His parents - Walter and Diane - attended the event along with representatives of the Royal Regiment of Scotland and Aberdeen City Council.