This was the spectacular sight as the Red Arrows took to the skies over Northern Ireland yesterday.
Their appearance was the highlight on day two of the Portrush air show.
More than 150,000 spectators turned out over the weekend to enjoy the thrilling displays at the festival of flight.
Yesterday the skilled Red Arrows pilots lit up the skies over the seaside town's East Strand shoreline with their famous coloured smoke trails.
They performed their trademark formations, close passes and dynamic loops as part of the RAF's 100th anniversary celebrations.
Despite challenging weather conditions, spectators enjoyed a packed programme of aerial and land-based entertainment at the largest free air show on the island of Ireland.
Yesterday's show also included the Grob Tutor, the only RAF aircraft flying in Northern Ireland today, which performed a variety of aerial movements across the Portrush skyline.