THE sun finally shone on T In the Park yesterday as revellers at Scotland's biggest outdoor music festival flocked to see veteran rockers the Who.
The good weather followed persistent rain showers on Saturday, which saw many of the 75,000 festival-goers arrive wearing both sunglasses and Wellington boots.
The biggest cheer of the day came when Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend - combined age 123 - took to the stage to belt out classics such as My Generation and Anyway, Anyhow, Anywhere.
Among the other big names were the Scots duo the Proclaimers, who received a boisterous welcome early yesterday - although Sheffield's Arctic Monkeys also performed to huge acclaim.
Capping the lot was a feel-good greatest hits set from the Who, which recalled the Glastonbury Festival's traditional "old codger" headline spot.
Fans of the sharp, mod material were well-served by I Can't Explain, Substitute and My Generation, while connoisseurs of those Seventies synth experiments could dine out on CSI themes Who Are You, Baba O'Riley and the still topical Won't Get Fooled Again.
"We're the Who - what's left of us," declared Pete Townshend. They may look like schoolteachers, but the T in the Park crowd seemed pretty happy that he and Roger Daltry had not died before they got old.