The Red Arrows aerobatic display team has surprised onlookers by carrying out a training flight over Yorkshire and the Humber.
The Lincolnshire-based team flew over the Humber Bridge at about 09:30 BST and was also spotted over Doncaster, Sheffield and York.
A 10-jet training route took place ahead of the team's annual trip to Greece and Cyprus for exercises.
The team landed back at RAF Scampton at 10:00 BST after the hour-long flight.
In 2016, the display team took part in a 60-day world tour, which included its first display in China, aiming to promote "the best of British".
The tour, which took in 12 countries, also featured a flypast in Jordan, displays in India and a flight over the Abu Dhabi Formula One Grand Prix.
History of the Red Arrows
- The RAF had several display teams in the 1950s and 1960s, but decided to form a single, full-time professional team
- The name Red Arrows was chosen to combine the appeal and expertise of two earlier teams, the Black Arrows and the Red Pelicans
- The team was founded in 1965 at RAF Fairford in Gloucestershire and is currently based at RAF Scampton in Lincolnshire