Why is the LM35 Sensor unstable when connected to the LDR sensor

I use the LM35 sensor and the LDR sensor separately in Arduino. Each of these series displays a stable value. When the LM35 sensor and the LDR sensor are combined in 1 Arduino circuit, the resulting value of the LM35 sensor is not stable.

float temperature;
int lm35=A0;
int ldr=A1;
int ldr_value=0;
void setup() {
 Serial.begin(9600);
 pinMode(ldr,INPUT);
 pinMode(lm35,INPUT);
}

void loop() {
  temperature=analogRead(lm35);
  temperature=temperature*(5.0*100.0/1024.0); 
  
  ldr_value=analogRead(ldr);
  Serial.print("Temperature : ");
  Serial.print(temperature);
  Serial.print(" | ");
  Serial.print("LDR : ");
  Serial.println(ldr_value); 
  delay(1000);
}

For information LM35 is connected to pin A0, LDR to pin A1 and Resistor at LDR is 10K Ohm. What caused it?

A possible solution: spend a small delay(10) or so between the two analogRead()!
The discussion about "read two analog channels" is more then 10 years old.

Why posting a screen shot of text data, instead of just copy/pasting the text in the message, making it easier to see and read in the process?

Cross talk between ADC channels is common. A delay() between the two reads is not doing anything as the ADC is switched to the new channel only when you do the new analogRead(). So it's still sitting on the old channel. The easiest solution is to read twice, discarding the first value; the time it takes to do one read (some 110 µs) is enough for the ADC to settle.

void loop() {
  temperature=analogRead(lm35);
  temperature=analogRead(lm35);
  temperature=temperature*(5.0*100.0/1024.0);
 
  ldr_value=analogRead(ldr);
  ldr_value=analogRead(ldr);
  Serial.print("Temperature : ");
  Serial.print(temperature);
  Serial.print(" | ");
  Serial.print("LDR : ");
  Serial.println(ldr_value);
  delay(1000);
}

If instability remains, check your wires. Solderless breadboards are notorious for poor connections.

Thank you for the suggestion to display data in text and not in images. I have changed the program as your suggestion and it works. Thank you for the help.