5 December 2012
Last updated at 08:28
Helen Stephens, of Caersws, Powys, took a drive to Elan Valley to see the dams overflowing in spectacular style. She said: "The noise was overwhelming." 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.
As the St Asaph area was hit by floods, Adam Jones, from Rhuddlan, was one of those who found his way to work blocked by the water.
Sunrise, as seen by Jason Holloway. He said: "I took it from Swansea train station looking across the docks, with port Talbot steel works in the background."
Sara Bishop, who lives in Ewloe, Flintshire, took this image looking across the Dee Estuary from Flint Castle towards the Wirral as the sun was sinking. She said: "It was a beautiful, still evening and I love the clouds reflected in the low waters of the river and the little boat."
Meurig Jones, of Llangefni, Anglesey, described this image of Cwm Idwal in Snowdonia as "sun kissed".
Eryl Jones, of Cardiff, said this photo was taken by his 10-year-old son, Mathew, using Eryl's new camera. It shows Mathew's brother, Tom, crouching near the mouth of the Mawddach estuary where it meets Barmouth beach at low tide late one afternoon.
Look again at this photograph and you will see a bird in the tree. Nathan Howells, who took the image while walking his dog on the cycle path in Penrhos, Ystradgynlais, Powys, said he thinks it is a buzzard.
An Anglesey ruin. Wynne Evans, of Holyhead, said: "I saw the image taken on the mountain above Merthyr Tydfil by Geoff Moss and was struck by the similarity to a photograph I took of an old ruin near the hamlet of Dothan on Anglesey."
Upper Neuadd reservoir in the Brecon Beacon, as seen by by Karl Jones, from Merthyr Tydfil.
This picture was taken on the path up to Llansteffan Castle in Carmarthenshire. Photo by Gwyn Edwards. of Crosshands.