14 November 2012
Last updated at 07:10
Cardiff Castle at night with its Christmas decorations up. The image, taken on a 13-second exposure by Tom Wood, of Cardiff, captures the light trails of passing cars and buses. Please send your digital images using the link Your Pictures: Send Your Images, with details of yourself, and how you came to take the image.
Ian Mattey, who sent in this photo of the Mumbles, said: "Older denizens of Swansea will know there used to be a shop under this arch of the railway bridge at 'the slip'. The name derives from the days of the Mumbles railway when the horse-drawn carriage slipped in' behind the steam-driven train at this very place."
Ann Savage-Lewis said: "I am a retired shepherd, living in Abertridwr and love taking photos of sheep." These sheep are pictured overlooking Rhossili Bay, Gower, Swansea.
A view from Snowdon's rangers path, taken by Kathy Chadwick, of Wrexham.
Cardiff Bay in the evening, as seen by Pippa Duggan.
A snow-topped Pen-y-fan is in the background of Robert Liles's photo taken while cycling at the Upper Neuadd Reservoir in the Brecon Beacons. Mr Liles is originally from the Swansea Valley but is now living near Pontypridd.
An autumn view over Coed Cochwillan towards a cloud covered Elidir Fawr, the northernmost peak in the Glyders, Snowdonia. Taken by Pete Whitehead, of Rachub, Gwynedd.
Corinna Martin, of Pentyrch, Cardiff, sent in this image. She said: "Cardiff Bay is full of surprising views."
Surfers enjoying the waves with Port Talbot in the background. Photo by Vicky Wade, of Brongest, Ceredigion.