Personal messages have been left for waste collection crews across Wales to say thank you for their work during the coronavirus outbreak.
Since the outbreak and lockdown imposed by the UK government, waste collection crews are continuing to collect bins to ensure there isn't a build-up on the streets.
It started after parents and children in Pentyrch, Radyr, Fairwater and Creigiau attached morale-boosting pictures and messages to their green recycling bags and wheeled bins.
Cllr Michael Michael, Cabinet Member for Clean Streets, Recycling and the Environment, said keeping spirits high in the workforce is key.
Later, the same kind gestures popped up in North Wales.
Photos taken at Bro Llwyndu, Penygroes, near Caernarfon, showedseveral messages of support taped to recycling bins.
Several families told how their children have cheered andclapped workers on their rounds to show their appreciation.
Communities across the country have been coming together to show gratitude to people working throughout the pandemic.
Six-year-old Belle Powell drew pictures of rainbows and heartsto show her support for healthcare workers. After sticking them on her window in Cardiff, she received a heartfelt letter from a medic thanking her. It prompted others to do the same.
Similarly, there have been acts of support for NHS staff across the country. Last weekend staff at a Tesco store in Swansea stopped to applaud NHS workers as they arrived to do their shopping.
Just last week, people across Wales and the UK took part in a mass round of applause for the frontline healthcare heroes risking their own lives battling the coronavirus pandemic.
The Clap For Carers initiative saw residents applauding from their doorsteps, window and balconies at 8pm with some venturing into the streets, and motorists joining in by tooting their horns.