More than 200 parks and green spaces across Wales have achieved Green Flag Award status - the international mark of a quality park or green space.
The Green Flag Award programme is delivered by the environmental charity Keep Wales Tidy.
The award winners are judged by green space experts, who volunteer their time to visit applicant sites and assess them against eight strict criteria, including horticultural standards, cleanliness, environmental management and community involvement.
This year's award winners include universities, cemeteries, woodland and allotments across Wales.
Among this year's recipients of the Green Flag Award are, for the first time, Aberdare Park, Wrexham Cemetery and Swansea University's Bay Campus.
Glanrhyd Hospital in Bridgend also becomes the first hospital in Wales to achieve Green Flag status.
Six sites also achieved Green Heritage Site Accreditation from the charity, including Margam Park in Neath Port Talbot, Cathays Cemetery in Cardiff and Greenfield Heritage in Flintshire.
The special award, endorsed by Cadw, recognises sites that are both historically significant and meet Green Flag criteria.
A full list of award winners can be found on the Keep Wales Tidy website.