31 July 2013
Last updated at 07:08
Colin Riddle, of Haverfordwest, sent in this photo with the message: "Another busy summer afternoon at Barafundle Bay, Pembrokeshire's hidden gem." Please send your digital images using the link below (Your Pictures: Send Your Images) with details of yourself and how you came to take the image.
Bwa Gwyn, or the White Arch, can be found along the Anglesey coastal path not far from Treaddur Bay. Christine Parry, from Bangor, Gwynedd, was out walking with the Ynys Mon Ramblers when she took this image.
Three Cliffs, Gower, Swansea, as seen by Paul Sweet, from Cwmaman, Rhondda Cynon Taf, from his microlight aircraft. He took off from Swansea Airfield.
Matt Griffiths from Cardiff, said: "I took this picture on a walk with my girlfriend Lisa, discovering the delights of the waterfall country in Pontneddfechan." Meaning "village over the little Neath", Pontneddfechan is in the Vale of Neath, Powys.
Tor y Foel, in Brecon Beacons National Park, circled in mist one morning as seen from Pam Reed's back garden.
A Hawker Hurricane flies over the Royal Welsh Show at Builth Wells, Powys. Photo by Gwyn Edwards, Crosshands , Carmarthenshire.
This picture, as the sun went down behind South Stack on Anglesey, was taken by Alan Minshall, who lives in Mold, Flintshire.
Penarth Pier is lit up by fireworks during the Vale of Glamorgan town's annual festival. Photo: Paul Sheppard, Cardiff.
Mynydd Moel in Snowdonia, looking towards Cross Foxes and Aran Fawddwy in the distance on the right. Richard Hemingway, of Tre Taliesin, Ceredigion, said: "I really like the shadows cast by the clouds on the valley floor."