A sculpture honouring those who died during the First World War has been unveiled at the Ulster Museum in Belfast.
The Weeping Widow artwork, which was first shown at the Tower of London, is forming part of the Belfast Festival.
The ceramic poppies come from the top floor of the exterior balcony of the museum to the front of the building.
Hundreds of towns and cities have asked to display the piece of art, but Belfast was especially chosen as one of the locations.
Designer Tom Piper said: “It should be free and people should see it everywhere, and I think it should make people think about what the building means in the local area. It allows people to have different ways of appreciating the artwork and contemplating its meaning.”
The installation officially opens on Saturday and will be in place until the start of December.