13 February 2013
Last updated at 07:37
Welshman Graham Sorenson who lives at Tucson, Arizona took this photo of the Severn Bridge and Second Severn Crossing at 31,000 feet while returning to the US after five months in the UK. 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.
Taha Idris from Killay, Swansea said he knows that snow has been causing "a bit of a heaven for pictures lately" but he wandered down to Blackpill in Swansea Bay to see this sunrise. Waking up and getting out early with a camera can get you wonderful results, he says.
Gavin Pickett from Ystradgynlais in Powys says this photo was taken on a guided walk from Fan Brechiniog above Llyn y Fan Fawr with Pen y Fan and Corn Du's snow capped top in the distance.
Andrew Newman from Pontyclun took this long exposure shot at Sgwd yr Eira in Ystradfellte. He said: "It was about -4 degrees and I was hoping to see the falls partially frozen. I wasn't disappointed with this shot though. Made the walk even more worthwhile."
John Minopoli from Penclawdd, says Swansea's BT Tower was like a giant mirror reflecting the sun, on this particular afternoon, as he walked through Castle Square, with the ruins of Swansea Castle in the foreground.
Foel Fras in the snow earlier this month. Richard Owen from Llandudno said the photo was taken above Abergwyngregyn on the highest peak you can see from Llandudno.
Ross Davies took this view of Denbigh Castle after visiting Llyn Brenig with his family. He then processed the images using HDR (high dynamic range) techniques.
Cardiff's Wales Millennium Centre lit up in all its splendour. Photo taken by Jasmine Hutter from Cardiff