These pictures were sent in by PH. He writes: "Here are some photos taken in the mens toilets of the Scottish National Gallery, which is situated just off Princes Street, in Edinburgh, Scotland. This gallery has a very busy cafe and visitor centre on the lower floor and it was very difficult to take any photos as the toilets were busy all the time. Note the absence of dividers between these quite small urinals which are from the Twyfords range. This is perhaps an example of the lack of inhibition to be found in the UK. The Scottish National Gallery has several smaller galleries within it and a number of exhibitions were open to the public during August which is when the International Festival takes place. A very popular exhibition was entitled The Queen:Art and Image and showed various famous photographs and portraits of The Queen made over the past 50 years or so."