Kayleigh Thomas of Kilgetty is the Round 10 winner of the ‘Life in Lockdown’ photography competition.
A runner-up the previous week, her successful entry entitled ‘Money Grows on Trees’ shows the popular Penny Tree at Colby Woodland Garden near Amroth where visitors push coins into the bark.
It was taken while Kayleigh was taking part in a Cam Nesa mindfulness walk.
The competition invites young people between the ages of 16 and 25 to submit pictures of life under the Covid-19 restrictions and is run by Pembrokeshire County Council’s Youth Outreach team.
Runner-up is Bryony Dickens of Mathry with her photograph of lime kilns.
There is a change to the competition for Round 11 when the theme will be ‘Save Our Summer’.
The organisers want to see how young people are spending the summer of 2020 following the easing of lockdown restrictions.
All previous entrants – including previous winners and runners-up and anyone who has thought of entering - should note that the deadline for the round is 1stSeptember.
The photos should be true to life and depict what young people have been up to while highlighting the best that Pembrokeshire has to offer.
The prize money is also being increased with Amazon vouchers cards to the value of £50 for first place, £30 for second and £20 for third.