THIS army of clay figures was made by local people for an exhibition in Huddersfield.
The minister at Almondbury Methodist Church, the Rev Paula Bee, is seen examining their handiwork, which was on show in the building.
The inspiration for the exhibition came from the work of sculptor Anthony Gormley.
His work The Field used some 40,000 clay figures.
In Almondbury, groups and organisations made their own models, to reflect the lives of the many individuals within the community.
Schools and groups within the area were encouraged to get involved and special workshops were set up for the clay figures to be made.
Mrs Bee said: "The exhibition presented a wonderful opportunity to celebrate the diversity of the community."
Over 1,500 sculptures were created.
The youngest sculptor was a girl of two and the eldest was a 90-year-old woman.
Mrs Bee added: "I felt privileged to be a part of an event which highlighted the good nature of the Almondbury community.
"Of all the groups asked to take part there wasn't one negative response."