A group of sand artists have created intricate designs on a Somerset beach as part of what they believe is the "largest land art project in the World".
The 'Sri Yantra Project' is a global collective of artists who are creating sand sculptures depicting a Hindu symbol.
Artists from the project spent Saturday afternoon marking out the first symbol on Brean Beach.
Drone footage credit: Matthew Williams.
The project say the symbol holds 'powerful creative potential'.
As well as creating the shape on the sand, music and prayers were offered in an afternoon of celebration.
Although the sculpture consists mostly of raked sand, it also has a central flame known as the 'Bindu'.
There are also red roses laid around the flame.
The people behind the project say they are inviting sand and land artists around the world to create Sri Yantras.
You can find out more about the Sri Yantra Project on their Facebook Page