A host of celebrities have stepped behind the camera to take photographs that will feature on a new app for the National Trust.
Actors Jude Law, Kim Cattrall and Naomie Harris, One Show television presenter Alex Jones, model David Gandy and Saturdays singer Mollie King are among those who have captured images of UK locations with a special meaning to them.
They were among 18 celebrities who contributed pictures to feature on the Special Places Project smartphone app, which is being launched to encourage members of the public to share pictures of their favourite locations.
Sherlock Holmes star Law chose Cliveden House in Berkshire, linked to the Profumo scandal in the 1960s, where he shot scenes for the Sir Arthur Conan Doyle-based films.
Essex boy Gandy chose Melford Hall, in Sudbury in nearby Suffolk, for his photographs, saying he had "fond and affectionate memories" of visiting it on school trips.
Skyfall Bondgirl Harris chose Waddesdon Manor in Buckinghamshire, while pop star King chose Box Hill in Surrey because of great memories of visiting with her grandparents as a child.
Sex in the City actress Cattrall chose Blickling Estate in Norfolk and presenter Jones chose the Brecon Beacons in her native Wales.
The NationalTrust said it had conducted research in which that 84% of people said they have a favourite place they go to which has a positive impact on their well-beingand happiness.