The first sculpture of giant hands was destroyed by fire
An eco-charity is unveiling a giant sculpture to raise awareness of recycling five months after an earlier piece of art was destroyed by fire.
A pair of 16ft (5m) tall hands made from drink cans, plastic bags and old newspapers were erected near Newtown, Powys, in March.
But vandals were accused of destroying the artwork less than a month later.
Now the second in a series of three sculptures, this time of a red kite, is being put up near Llandrindod Wells.
The 19.6ft (6m) piece of art is also made from recycled waste.
A third sculpture, part of an ongoing campaign called Recycle for Powys, is planned for the Brecon area later in the year.
They are the work of a local artist known as Bodge, whose work centres on environmental issues.
They have been commissioned by Powys Zero Waste, Powys council and have been funded through a grant from the Welsh Assembly Government.