People across Wales have been painting rainbows on their homes to spread cheer during the coronavirus lockdown.
It comes as children around the country have been displaying drawings of rainbows in their windows to show support for NHS workers.
A nationwide round of applause is also set to take place at 8pm on Thursday evening to honour NHS staff. People are being invited to clap from their doorsteps, windows and balconies.
Rhiannon Lewis, who lives on Gwendoline St in Splott, Cardiff, decided to paint her whole house after realising she had no felt tip pens to draw a picture.
She said: "I wanted to do something that the kids could come and find on their outdoor walks.
"Quite a few people have already come past and said 'that's amazing'. I just want to make people smile."
Children and families have been sharing their rainbows across Wales
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