Same-sex couples in Australia have tied the knot on the first official day of ceremonies following the passage of a historic law.
Although some couples wed last month after obtaining special exemptions, most could not marry until Tuesday.
Australian athletes Luke Sullivan, 23, and Craig Burns, 29, exchanged vows and a kiss just after midnight in a small ceremony in New South Wales.
The beaming pair celebrated with fireworks.
The athlete married his partner, a sprinter who competed in the Glasgow Commonwealth Games, in front of about 50 family and friends.
"Equality where we can get married is a huge step forward for Australia," Mr Sullivan said.
The Australian parliament made same-sex marriage legal last month, following a national survey that showed support from 61% of voters.
Australia now joins more than 20 other nations in allowing same-sex weddings.