Mourners have gathered for the funeral of a woman killed in last month's hot air balloon tragedy in Egypt.
Yvonne Rennie, 48, from Perth, was on holiday with her husband, Michael, when they were caught up in the horror crash in Luxor on February 26.
Nineteen people died when the balloon plunged to the ground in flames.
Mr Rennie, one of just two survivors, arrived with family members at a service in Perth Crematorium. The 49-year-old construction services worker, who is thought to have escaped death by leaping from the basket, later described his wife as his "rock, friend, shoulder to cry on".
London-based Joe Bampton, 40, and his Hungarian-born partner, Zsi Gyetvai, 34, also died when the balloon exploded and crashed into sugar cane fields. The company operating the flight, Sky Cruise, was also involved in a balloon crash into the Nile in October 2011.
Mr Rennie, who was treated for minor injuries at Luxor International Hospital and then returned to Scotland, is understood to have been married to his wife for around five years. Mrs Rennie was a hospital administrator who joined the radiology department of Perth Royal Infirmary as an appointments officer in June 2006, having previously worked at Ninewells Hospital. Colleagues at NHS Tayside said she was a much-loved member of staff who enjoyed her job and would be greatly missed.
Around 250 mourners attended the 40-minute service. They included family, friends and colleagues of Mrs Rennie from Ninewells Hospital and Perth Royal Infirmary.
Mourners were told of a "truly remarkable woman" dearly loved by her husband, Michael, parents, Nan and Willie, and sisters, Alison and Lynn. Mrs Rennie was a fun-loving, adventurous and well-travelled woman who died in a tragic accident, the service heard. She was enjoying herself with her husband in a country that she loved and had visited before. She had previously travelled to Cairo and Sharm el-Sheikh and planned a trip to Alexandria, drawn by the country's people, culture and climate.
She worked for a spell at Monarch Airlines in Luton before moving back to Dundee several years ago. Mrs Rennie got a job at Ninewells Hospital where she met construction worker Michael, who was working in her department and would ask her why she never made him coffee, the congregation was told. After being told he could "do it himself", he asked her out for lunch and she accepted. They were married at Gretna Green in November 2007.
Mrs Rennie was pictured in her wedding dress on the back of the order of service and an image on the front showed her kneeling, surrounded by daffodils. Mourners sang the hymn All Things Bright And Beautiful and heard a poem entitled Memories Of The Heart. They were told they should remember Mrs Rennie's "adventurous spirit and love of life". Mrs Rennie was a Formula 1 enthusiast and the track played as mourners left the crematorium was Fleetwood Mac's The Chain, part of which is the signature tune of the BBC's coverage of the sport. The service heard that she was a fan of driver Lewis Hamilton while her husband preferred Jenson Button. Donations were being taken for the charity Shelter Scotland.