Hundreds of Fifers braved the autumnal conditions to make the most of Guy Fawkes Night.
Crowds flocked to displays across the region, despite rainfall in some places.
Burntisland’s highly-regarded display thrilled the crowds once again, with the night sky above the Firth of Forth transformed into a blaze of colour.
There were similar scenes at Newton of Falkland and Newport, again with healthy crowds turning out for the festivities.
Caroline Wilson, who was at the Burntisland display with her son Archie, said: “Parking was a bit manic, but everybody seemed to really enjoy themselves.
“It’s always great to see families out and about together.
“This is one of the few occasions where people still seem to do that.”
Meanwhile, emergency services reported a steady night but nothing out of the ordinary for November 5.
Fire crews in Fife were called to several bonfires, while a number of wheelie bins were also alight throughout the evening.
Several displays take place on Friday night, with bonfires starting at 6pm at Bow Butts in Ceres and King George V Park in Crossford.
Other displays will also take place at Wallsgreen Park in Cardenden and Gilvenbank Park in Glenrothes at 7pm, the later of which will be the first Fife firework event to be put to music. Bonfires at Comrie, Pittencrieff Park in Dunfermline and Limekilns all take place on Saturday evening.