Wales was finally treated to a bit of early spring sun this Saturday.
After weeks of freezing temperatures, rain, and gales, the start of the weekend leading up to St David’s Day was clear, dry and settled for most in the country.
While temperatures didn’t exceed much beyond the 10°C mark according to the Met Office, the welcome reprieve from wintry weather meant many decided to get out and enjoy the sunshine.
There were plenty of dog walkers along Barry Island beach, while others were seen taking a stroll up above the cliffs.
Cardiff Bay and Penarth were also popular spots with runners, walkers, and buskers seen out and about soaking up some much needed vitamin D.
Under current Welsh Government guidelines, people in Wales can leave home as often as they like to exercise.
People are permitted to meet to exercise with members of their household or support bubble, or with people from one other household as long as the total number of people exercising is no more than four (excluding any carers or children under 11 from either of those households).
There are no legal limits on the kind of exercise that is permitted but exercise should start and finish from a person’s home, the Welsh Government has said.
This is what Wales looked like as people enjoyed a sunny spring Saturday.