Thousands in pro-independence march through Glasgow
Organisers said the All Under One Banner procession had 17,000 taking part.
Thousands have marched through Glasgow in support of Scottish independence.
The All Under One Banner (AOUB) procession started at Kelvingrove Park on Saturday morning before making its way to Glasgow Green.
Organisers said there were around 17,000 people taking part. Police estimated between 13,500 and 15,000 took part.
On Facebook, the group said said it hopes to end being "treated as a region and not a nation in our own right."
AUOB had considered cancelling the march after the UK's terror threat level was raised to critical following the recent terror attack in Manchester.
It went ahead after Glasgow City Council encouraged them to ensure security arrangements were adequate.
The march is being held less than a week before the general election on June 8, called by Prime Minister Theresa May in the wake of the UK's vote on Brexit.