A world record for the longest display of footprints was broken in Birmingham over the weekend, according to organisers.
Some 20,107 people from the region drew around their feet on A4 pieces of paper which were laid out at Thinktank at Millennium Point.
The display stretched for 3.8 miles and beat the previous record made by 15,200 people in Perth, Australia in 2005.
It was part of Footprints of Giants run by museums in Stoke-on-Trent, the West Midlands, Coventry and Shropshire.
The museums encouraged visitors to draw around their feet and decorate the pieces of paper.
A spokeswoman said: "Twenty thousand, one hundred and seven people from across the West Midlands drew around their feet and we have laid them out end to end. It was absolutely huge."
The museums involved were Birmingham Museums and Art Gallery, The Herbert (Coventry), Iron-bridge Gorge Museum, Stoke-on-Trent Museums, and Wolverhampton Arts and Museum.