Indonesians have been celebrating 60 years of independence from Dutch colonial rule. Some held formal ceremonies, but for others it was a day of fun and games.
Here contestants are taking part in coconut tree racing, to reach prizes at the top.
Among those taking part in official celebrations were representatives of Aceh province, where rebels have just struck a peace deal with Jakarta.
More unusual independence day participants were two orang-utans at a wildlife sanctuary in east Java. This chimp looks like it will wave its flag...
... but instead decides to fashion it into a hat.
For the first time, a member of the Dutch government attended the ceremonies - Foreign Minister Ben Bot. More than 150,000 Indonesians and 6,000 Dutch nationals died in conflict between the two sides before independence.