Lothian MSP Neil Findlay marked the 20th anniversary of the establishment of the Scottish Parliament by attending a celebration at Holyrood.
The Scottish Parliament was established in 1999 following a referendum two years beforehand.
The celebrations marked two decades of devolution and consisted of a day of music, poetry and song in relation to Scottish culture.
The Queen, addressed MSPs in the debating chamber, to mark the “landmark occasion”.
Neil Findlay MSP said:
“This week marks twenty years since the Scottish Parliament was reconvened. It was my pleasure to join in with the celebrations that saw people from all across Scotland come together to mark this momentous occasion in a day filled with music, art and culture.