20 March 2013
Last updated at 07:27
Dr James Sullivan managed to frame a jet plane crossing above the horizon with his photo of a sunset over his home village of Gilfach Goch, Rhondda Cynon Taf. 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.
Phil Jenkins said he was enjoying walk with his wife, Sarah, and dog, Seren, around Penmaen Burrows when he spotted a single daffodil with the backdrop of Three Cliffs Bay, Gower, Swansea.
Tim Strang sent in a series of images of power stations. This one is Trawsfynydd, Gwynedd. He said it was "not really a power station now, but a decommissioning facility. It has the air of a highland castle in the mountains".
A high dynamic range (HDR) image showing repair and refurbishment work at Mumbles Pier. Taken by Mike Howells, of Waunarlwydd, Swansea. The RNLI lifeboat station, with the lifeboat launch slide, is on the left.
This image was sent in like this but was actually taken the other way round. Owen Gibbon, who lives in Swansea and works at Swansea Marina, said: "The photo of the boat is turned upside down to create the odd effect where the sky is actually the water with a cloud reflection on it." Try turning it round to see for yourself.
Carew Castle, Pembrokeshire, as seen by Simon Churchill, from Rosebush in Pembrokeshire.
Dylan Harries, from Ystradgynlais in the Swansea Valley, was walking round Usk reservoir in the Brecon Beacons when he saw the clouds rolling over the top of Fan Brycheiniog. He said: "We don't have to travel far in this country for some awesome scenery that's for sure."
Jez Hewitt, of Pembrey, Carmarthenshire, took this sunset photo at Pembrey Saltings, a tidal inlet just off the Millennium Coastal Path, Pembrokeshire.