The people of Belarus have been going to the polls to vote in a presidential election.
Mobile ballot boxes were used in remote, rural areas to ensure that all eligible voters had their say.
A voting station was even set up in this hospital in Grodno so that these pregnant women and other patients could vote.
The incumbent, President Alexander Lukashenko, is predicted to win comfortably amid vote rigging allegations.
Chief opposition candidate Alexander Milinkevich says he wants any protests against the results to be peaceful.
At this polling station in the village of Dinarovka a singing group entertained people as they cast their votes.
Then it was the turn of some of the village's schoolgirls to perform a dance.
In Vetka food and drink were laid on to try to lure potential voters...
...while outside of Minsk a nip of vodka was the order of the day.
At a polling station specially set up in the town of Brest for guards at a border post and their families, counting is already under way.