Polls are virtually closed-in Scotland, as voters decide whether or not to break away from the United Kingdom; before the vote, polls revealed the 'yes' and 'no' part neck and neck. Whether Scotland goes rogue or stays element of Britain, we all know one of our famous Scottish traditions will still reign supreme (the kilt, definitely). Even as we all view the outcome roll in, enjoy these photos of burly Scots (among others) baring their stems.
Pro-independence (foreground) followers wave the Scottish flag as they rally opposing pro-union activists (background) in Glasgow's George Square, in Scotland, on September 17, on eve of Scotland's freedom referendum. Campaigners pros and cons Scottish autonomy scrambled for ballots on Wednesday on the eve of a knife-edge referendum that either see Scotland break away from the uk or gain sweeping new powers with better autonomy.
Scotland's delegation walks previous through the orifice ceremony associated with the 2014 Commonwealth Games at Celtic Park in Glasgow on July 23.
Scotland fans in kilts strike a pose ahead of the start of the Six Nations intercontinental rugby union match between England and Scotland at Twickenham Stadium in southwest London.