The “little brothers” of the massive 30-metre horse-head sculptures towering over the Forth & Clyde Canal in Scotland have gone on display in New York.
The display in Bryant Park is part of Tartan week, which celebrates Scotland in New York.
The maquettes are impressive in their own right, but pale against the 300-tonne versions, known as The Kelpies, that rise above the canal in Falkirk.
Tartan Week is showcasing Scotland’s innovation and creativity through a series of cultural activities and events in New York.
The maquettes, the work of sculptor Andy Scott, will remain in Bryant Park from March 21 to April 22.
Read more about the Falkirk sculpture here.
More information on Tartan Week here.