Plane spotters have been keenly following the movements of a large military transport aircraft that was seen over Leeds today.
The plane is a Boeing C17 Globemaster III operated by the RAF, and it is visiting Leeds Bradford Airport as part of a week of military training exercises.
It completed several circuits of the city before returning to RAF Brize Norton.
The C17 is one of the world's largest aircraft, and is the same model as the Canadian Air Force plane which landed at Leeds Bradford on Saturday, attracting huge crowds to the airport's viewing areas.
Photographer Andrew Easby was on hand to capture the C17 - call sign Ascot 840 - as it took off.