20 April 2011
Last updated at 07:57
Pembrokeshire early potatoes in the making, as seen by Peter Munt-Davies. Please send us your digital pictures using the link Your Pictures: Your Wales below.
The ever-decaying ruins of Morris Castle on a sunny spring day, perched high on a hill overlooking Swansea. By Steven Howlett.
The George III Jubilee Tower on the peak of Moel Famau, on the Denbighshire and Flintshire border, shows at the top of this photo by Paul Morris, from Connah's Quay, Flintshire.
A picture of the Severn Bridge taken from the Old Ferry at Chepstow. By Glen Parry.
A picture taken of Corn Ddu, Pen-y-Fan, Cribyn and Fan y Fawy in the Brecon Beacons
Chris Simpson was on his way down Pen-y-fan in the Brecon Beacons when he came across a group that were taking a trampoline to the summit.
This image was captured during a climb of the north face of Tryfan late in the day, looking over Llyn Bochlwyd towards Cwm Idwal. Photographed by Paul Terry of Towyn, Conwy.
Alun Jones was taken by the mirror image in the still water of the Pen-y-Garreg reservoir and dam, Elan Valley, Powys, taken early in the morning
Marina Towers on Swansea foreshore is home to a 20-inch telescope belonging to the Swansea Astronomical Society. Photo: John Minopoli.
Cardiff Bay, overlooking Mermaid Quay. Taken by Marc Williams, of Roath, Cardiff.