Nicola Sturgeon visited a garden while out campaigning in which the owner had created a huge saltire.
The First Minister stopped by the unusual outdoor decor earlier today.
She was leafleting in Prestonpans, East Lothian when she spotted the house.
The owners had created a giant Scottish flag outside their home with bright blue stones in the shape of a saltire.
Sturgeon was seen laughing in the garden in the middle of the flag as she rallied round SNP voters.
An SNP communication officer tweeted the picture with the caption ‘Best garden of the campaign trail!’
Scots will head to the polls later this week for the first time since 2016 to elect a new MSPs to the Holyrood chamber.
Parties have been out and about since late March looking to secure your vote with several commitments if they are elected following the vote.
We told you how Nicola Sturgeon shut down a suggestion that her election manifesto shows a £40billion overspend during an interview on Good Morning Britain.
The SNP leader was asked by host Kate Garraway about several of her commitments if she is re-elected as First Minister following the election on May 6.
Garraway asked Sturgeon: “Looking at some of your manifesto commitments, you are promising to fund the NHS with an increase of 20 per cent, to abolish dental charges and to freeze income tax – as far as I know.
“The mathematics have done their sums and found that the difference between taxes you would take in and what you want to spend is £40bn.
“So how can you afford it?”
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Sturgeon replied: “I haven’t seen that calculation, I mean the Scottish Parliament’s entire budget is not quite £40bn so I’m not sure where that calculation comes from.
“That is completely and utterly wrong.”
Leaders from all of Scotland’s main parties took part in a debate on the BBC tonight.
Our live blog followed all the action.
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