The Queen's Commonwealth Games baton is making its way through Perth and Stirling this weekend, on the 22nd and 23rd days of its journey across Scotland.
The route on day 22 took in Perth, Methven, Crieff, Muthill, Auchterarder, Dunblane and Bridge of Allan.
At Gleneagles golf course the baton was brought in by air, carried by a member of the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers Parachute Display Team.
Today, on day 23, the baton is making its way from Stirling Castle through Aberfoyle, Killearn, Balfron, Kippen, Blair Drummond and Bannockburn.
Kirsty Eadie carries baton through Methvene
Public welcome baton to Methvene
Lisa Brown carries baton through Crieff
Linda Melville carrues baton through Muthill
Warrant Officer Class 1 Shane Cook from the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers(REME)parachute display team parachutes into Gleneagles golf course with baton
Professional golfer Catriona Matthew with First Minister Alex Salmond and baton in Gleneagles golf course
Amy Gullen carries baton through Auchterarder
Bridget Clark carries baton through Dunblane
Hannah Pickford carries baton through Bridge of Allan
Catriona Morrison with baton and First Minister Alex Salmond, meeting members of Team Scotland at Commonwealth Games Camp in Stirling
Katriona Bush with baton at Stirling Castle, and actor dressed as Mary Queen of Scots
James Prentice carries baton through Stirling
Suzanne Player carries baton through Aberfoyle
Meg Amasi carries baton through Raploch
Euan Woodley carries baton through Thornhill
Crowds greet Anthony Cousin as he carries baton through Drymen
Jesmin Houghton carries the baton through Killearn
Colin Gregor, captain of the Scottish Rugby Union 7s team carries baton through Balfron
Adam brown met Ailie Mailer with her horse Verity and Zara Mailer as he carried baton through Kippen
Twin sisters Donna Robertson and Fiona Robertson with baton in Blair Drummond Safari Park
Anthony Tortolano carries baton through Bannockburn
Allan Alstead carries the baton at the Robert the Bruce statue, Bannockburn
Children welcome baton to Buchlyvie