It has been one year since a deadly landslide came down in Oso, Washington.
The community gathered near the slide site on Sunday to honour the 43 victims killed when a rain-soaked hillside collapsed.
The slide crushed the residential area along the North Fork of the Stillaguamish River about 55 miles northeast of Seattle on March 22.
People held a moment of silence and a procession to the memorial site.
Many tons of sand, soil and debris tore through the town of Oso last year. The slide buried 43 people and blocked a state highway.
Authorities at the time said the slide was caused by ground water saturation from recent heavy rainfall.