A brightly-painted art installation described as a "modern twist on Stonehenge" has been assembled on a South coast beach.
Dubbed "Doorhenge", it features five giant, partly-mirrored doorways made of painted plywood replicating the prehistoric monument in Wiltshire.
The installation, which has been assembled on Worthing beach in West Sussex, will stay up for two weeks, including for Summer Solstice on Monday.
The teams behind it - ECE Architecture and branding agency Creative Forager - were responsible for creating a striking mirrored beach hut on the resort's beach last year.
ECE managing director Stuart Eatock said: "We wanted to create another surprise for the people of Worthing and if that makes them look at architecture in a fresh way then that's great."