More than 120 buildings and landmarks across Scotland are lit up red this weekend to remember those who have been lost to war.
The "Light Up Red" campaign is in support of the Scottish Poppy Appeal, which helps veterans in need and is held as Remembrance Sunday takes place.
People have been sharing pictures of local landmarks lit up red on social media:
🔴 Our control tower is turning red tonight as part of @PoppyScotland's #ScottishPoppyAppeal. As a former RAF base, we pay this mark of respect to our history and the tower will remain red until Remembrance Day. #LightUpRed pic.twitter.com/zQW2KiHAe7
— Edinburgh Airport (@EDI_Airport) November 1, 2019
— Capital Theatres, Edinburgh (@captheatres) November 8, 2019
— George Watson's College (@GWC_News) November 8, 2019
— Rosslyn Chapel (@Rosslynchapel) November 5, 2019
Gordon Michie, Head of Fundraising at Poppyscotland, said: “It is incredible to witness so many buildings, up and down the country, glowing red in tribute to Scotland’s Armed Forces community past and present. It is a visual spectacle symbolising that when it comes to the country’s Service personnel, we are behind them. Always.”