A group of children affected by the Chernobyl disaster are enjoying a trip around Scotland.
On Friday they visited Stirling Castle as part of their month-long holiday.
The children from Ukraine have come to Scotland as a respite from their home which is still highly polluted with radiation.
Aged nine to 13, they are staying with families in Dunfermline, Fife while they are in the country.
The Chernobyl disaster took place on April 26, 1986 when a reactor ruptured and a series of explosions tore through the plant.
Radiation spread throughout the air and water system and into the food chain and is still having an affect on residents. It is thought that the after-effects of the disaster will be seen for another 100 years.