Cinema pool screens Jaws
A swimming pool in Yorkshire has been transformed into an unusual swim-along-cinema.
A large screen was installed at one end of the pool at Bramley Baths and people were able to enjoy the film either from front-row balcony seats - or while in the water itself.
Meanwhile, speakers streamed the soundtrack both under and over the water.
First up on the bill, which followed a watery theme, was Finding Nemo.
However, only the brave remained in the water for the 2nd film, which was Jaws.
Previous quirky events at Bramley Baths have included a floating orchestra and an underwater art exhibition.
At the start of the year a group of locals took over running the 109-year-old Edwardian bathhouse following fears that it would have to be closed.
It is now run by a community group known as the Friends of Bramley Baths on a not-for-profit basis.