Residents have been urged to keep Camperdown Park in Dundee litter-free as part of a campaign.
The city council launched the drive on Thursday to remind people to have pride in their park.
Following a recent clean up campaign, the council is looking to highlight the message at locations across the park.
City council environment convener Cllr Craig Melville said: "The vast majority of people who come to enjoy Camperdown Country Park are very supportive and make sure that they bin their litter.
"We want to make sure that they realise how much we appreciate this.
"The council is also keen to take this opportunity to try and deter litter and get more people to clean up after themselves.
"Camperdown should be enjoyed by everyone and not spoiled by lazy littering."
The local outlet of McDonald's has been assisting in the anti-litter campaign.
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