Large portraits of Londonderry pensioners have been displayed across the metropolis to spotlight the difficulty of loneliness.
The artwork undertaking goals to spotlight how self-isolation has lower some older individuals off from on a regular basis interactions.
Organisers hope to underline how communities must hold related regardless of the coronavirus pandemic.
The images, taken at entrance doorways or in gardens, are hanging from fences alongside Rossville Avenue.
The exhibition, titled Social Distancing Ought to Not Imply Social Isolation, has been organised by Bogside and Brandywell Well being Discussion board and Gasyard Wall Féile.