The Glamis Prom in its current form went out without a bang at the weekend.
Music fans who had been treated to the Great British Songbook on the front lawn enjoyed a sun-kissed finale to the event.
They also savoured the performance of a new star who won a competition to share the spotlight with Kerry Ellis, Tom Urie, Saskia Eng and Arbroath-born West End performer Norman Bowman.
Dundee 19-year-old Zoe Heggie captivated the crowds after the musical theatre student at Lanarkshire’s New College saw off the challenge of more than 2,000 other hopefuls.
As the audience enjoyed picnics, they were treated to a catalogue of well-known musical favourites, but no firework finale.
Strathmore Estates factor Willie Inglis said: “It’s the final one for Glamis Prom Ltd, but not the end of the road for spectacular events at Glamis Castle.
“We hope to do something different next year.”