A group of hay bale superheroes have formed an unusual tribute to frontline workers during the coronavirus pandemic in Northern Ireland.
Masked marvels Spider-Man, Batman, Superwoman, Iron Man, Wonder Woman and Captain America are attracting visitors to a Co Tyrone field.
They were created by the Two Castles Community Association near Newtownstewart.
Landowner John Gallagher said: “Every year we do a display for charity and it is always made out of the straw bales.
“In previous years we have done superheroes, teddy bear picnics and so on.
“There have been a lot of superheroes who stood up through lockdown.
“Everyday people – frontline workers, nurses, doctors, people in shops – to a large extent have put themselves at risk.
“We just consider them to be heroes so we have taken that theme on with this year’s display.”
The attraction at the side of a busy road raises money for charity and promotes a community festival.
The superheroes are designed to be representative of every person’s weapons to fight coronavirus using social distancing, washing hands and wearing a face covering.
The 12ft hay figures, designed by Shauneen Kilpatrick, were constructed in a field off the Newtownstewart bypass.
Kal-el Garritty, eight, said: “Spider-Man is amazing. Everything is amazing.”
His mother Carmel Nicholl said: “Even superheroes have to be safe.”