Giant's Causeway recreated in pie form
This is one of Northern Ireland's most famous landmarks as you've never seen it before.
The Giant's Causeway has been recreated out of pies to celebrate British Pie Week from March 4 to 10. The image is made up of 1,334 individually handmade cooked and uncooked pies.
Organised by pastry specialists Jus-Rol, it took three days to place each pie into the perfect position.
Cocoa powder, currants, sesame seeds and brown sugar were used for the outlining. Other little nods such as some shamrocks are hidden in the detailing on top of some of the pie lids.
Holly Bouldin from Jus-Rol said: "We wanted to pay tribute to that love by creating an impressive image which reflects Northern Ireland."