Silvery-Tay haired women publicly displayed their ability to grow old gracefully in a community performance in the City Square at the weekend.
The celebration of grey hair over dye was just one of the events which took place around the city as the Dundee Commons Festival came to a close.
The festival was organised as a way of rethinking Dundee’s public spaces and social interaction.
Arts, dance and performance transformed the city centre for two days of free, and at times interactive, events.
Young dancers from Dundee and Angus College’s the Space were encouraging people to participate in their exploration of cause and effect which started under the Tay Road Bridge and travelled across the waterfront development to the city centre on Saturday morning.
A flashmob helped to celebrate 100 years of the Guides and there was also a demonstration of Chi Kung (Qi Gong), a holistic standing mediation used for spirituality and martial arts training.
Belly dancing, walking meditation around the Howff cemetery and talks also featured in the weekend’s events.
Elsewhere the weekend also saw Fintry Gala Day, which took place at Mains of Fintry Parish Church, kick off with a parade from the Finmill Centre at 10.30am.
Two of the UK’s top breakdancers, Beanz and RawGina, also visited children’s breakdance club B-Bairns to carry out a workshop on breakdancing.