The world's largest land sculpture of a naked lady appears to be wearing a huge white wedding dress - after being covered in thick snow.
The iconic Lady of the North artwork in Northumberland is a major tourist attraction with dozens of walking trails tracing her naked features.
Amazing aerial pictures show the reclining female figure, which is 100ft tall and a quarter-of-a-mile long, virtually buried under eight inches of snow.
Amateur photographer Ian Bell, 48, captured the scenes while taking pictures of the wintery scene on Thursday (11/2) morning at Northumberlandia park.
The joiner, from nearby Cramlington, said: "I love taking pictures of the Lady of North at any time of the year but especially in the snow.
"I got my drone up on Wednesday and her figure really stood out but after more snow she looked like she was wearing giant wedding dress."
The Lady of the North sculpture was made from 1.5million tonnes of rock, clay and soil and was completed in 2012.