Sixty photographs of the Queen are going on display in an exhibition celebrating her Diamond Jubilee.
Work from press photographers of the past six decades comprises the collection at The Queen's Gallery at the Palace of Holyroodhouse in Edinburgh.
The Queen is captured in a variety of roles, from relaxed family gatherings to official occasions such as her coronation ceremony.
One image included in the display is a photograph selected by the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh for their personal Christmas card in 1955. It shows the royal couple sitting in the gardens of Balmoral Castle in Aberdeenshire with a young Prince Charles and Princess Anne, accompanied by two corgis.
Animals also make appearances in the exhibition, with the Queen pictured alongside many of her dogs as well as on horseback.