There was a massive rally going on in Glasgow for the Yes campaign on Wednesday.
It looked like a purely Scottish event. People were singing, dancing, and proudly waving their flags.
But right in the middle of it all were 10 guys who had travelled to Glasgow from the Spanish region of Catalonia. A bunch of them spent two days driving up in two cars and on a motorbike adorned in Catalan colours.
Suddenly they were famous. Everyone wanted to take pictures of this car parked in the middle of the rally.
And all these people were giving their support to the Catalans. "You should become independent too!" one of the Scots shouts.
Lluis Riera, 40, said the Scottish campaign is inspiring Catalonian activists back in Spain. "If you open one door," he said, "you will find an entrance for more nations."
Then there's 39-year-old Roger Vernis, who took turns driving one of the cars. How was that journey? It was great, he said. (It had also started to smell, he added hesitantly).
But eventually, the Catalans' 15 minutes of fame were over as a new shiny thing came into the frame and everyone rushed to take pictures of a woman with a fox mask on. Still, they were planning on doing a traditional Catalan dance in Edinburgh tomorrow.