Poet's life projected on building
The life of the great Scottish poet Robert Burns is being projected as a giant illuminated art installation in Glasgow's George Square.
It will form the centre piece for Sunday's Glasgow celebration's of Burns' 250 years anniversary celebrations and kick start Scotland's 'Homecoming' year - a year where Scotland is encouraging everyone from around the world with a Scots background to return and visit home.
The city chambers in Glasgow is to be used as a giant screen for a projection that will depict the life and times of Robert Burns.
The 15-minute work, accompanied by music and a narrative soundtrack, will be run on a loop on the George Square landmark for three nights.
A host of performers will feature in the Burns' Night finale on Sunday.
Burns Illuminated is part of Homecoming 2009 celebrations to mark the 250th anniversary of the poet's birth.