Hundreds gather for funeral of popular Aberdeen photographer
Donald Stewart spent much of his 40-year career documenting the ups and downs of the Dons.
Hundreds of mourners have gathered for the funeral of one of Scotland's most respected photographers.
Donald Stewart passed away in May after a year-long battle with Motor Neurone Disease.
He photographed film stars, politicians and royalty during his 40-year career but will be best remembered for documenting the ups and downs of Aberdeen FC.
The Scottish Parliament passed a motion recognising Mr Stewart's work when he photographed his final Dons game in August.
Shortly before his death, he revealed his favourite photographs.
He said: "One was the squad celebrating winning the Scottish Cup at Gleneagles with Burt Lancaster, who was staying at the hotel during the filming of Local Hero.
"The other was a lot more recent and was Scott Vernon holding up three fingers after celebrating completing his hat-trick after a bit of a goal drought."
Hundreds of well-wishers gathered at Aberdeen Crematorium to remember Mr Stewart on Tuesday.