A community clean-up operation has transformed a neglected back lane.
Oban Lane off Queen Margaret Drive was becoming an eyesore.
But local traders and residents decided to take matters into their own hands.
A day of action saw dozens of bags of waste removed and paint applied to walls.
The lane's stone setts and cobbles have also been brought back to life.
And the area is now ready for the street's big day of festivities this weekend.
Queen Margaret Drive Festival takes place on Sunday (September 25) with a packed programme of events.
Halo Arts director Brendon McIlroy said the lane had been totally transformed.
"It's amazing what local people have done - the look of the place is like night and day.
It's amazing what local people have done - the look of the place is like night and day.
"We were able to lend a hand along with all local people and businesses who put in a full day's work.
"We can't wait to show the area off on Sunday when the festival gets under way."
Bands Poppermost and Abba Dream will be joined by singer songwriter Chiara Berardelli.
Street dance, freestyle football and Glasgow Capoeira are also on the bill.
Kids can enjoy face painting, balloon twisting and Yes Dancer Silent Disco.
And all the entertainment is free.
Brendon said: "This is the last of our late summer events and we hope plenty of people come out to enjoy it."
The fun starts at 11.45am and runs to 5pm.