The funeral of a former Angus teacher and photographer will take place today.
Keddie Law from Montrose died suddenly last week, aged 70.
Mr Law, who lived in the town for 25 years, was born in Burntisland on January 22 1946.
In 1968 he gained a degree in geography from Edinburgh University.
He went on to teach geography at Queen Anne High School in Dunfermline and then George Watson’s College in Edinburgh.
He took up the post of principal teacher of geography at Arbroath Academy in 1974, and taught geology.
He lived in Carnoustie and moved to Montrose when he wed Isobel in 1991.
Mrs Law said her husband’s passions were photography, bridge, bowling and travelling he had been to 100 airports.
One of his favourite holidays was a seven-week trip to New Zealand when the Laws both retired from teaching in 2005.
Mr Law loved teaching, the place where he lived and his native Burntisland, and wrote widely on the Fife town’s geology.
Mr Law contributed regularly to The Courier’s picture of the day and also community gallery pages, and won the Royal Scottish Geographical Society Photographic Competition 2009.
His funeral will be held at 11.30am at Emslie Collier, Montrose, to which friends and family are invited to wear bright colours.
This will be followed by a family-only service at Parkgrove Crematorium near Friockheim.