Your Pictures in Wales: 12-18 October 2016
A weekly selection of your pictures from around Wales.
Mark de'Boer Lloyd
This gorgeous shot of Langland Bay was captured by Mark de'Boer Lloyd, from Mumbles. If you would like your picture to be included, email it to email@example.com with your details and information about how you came to take the image. Your picture could feature in next week's gallery or on Twitter @BBCWalesNews, Facebook: BBC Wales News or Instagram: BBCWalesNews.
Neale Lewis Jones
One woman and her dog: Autumnal colours at Cnicht, Snowdonia, taken by Neale Lewis Jones.
The hills above are reflected in Talyllyn lake, Gwynedd, in this photograph by Lynn Hughes.
Go with the flow: Liz Czaban from Ystrad Mynach captured the beautiful Sgwd y Pannwr waterfall during an autumnal walk near Ystradfellte in the south Wales valleys.
Coast to coast: The north Wales coastal path at Black Rock Sands, Gwynedd, as seen by Sue Browning.
Louisa Smith, from Cwmtwrch, caught the sun peeping around the clouds on Llansteffan beach on the Carmarthenshire coast.
This little seal takes it easy on the beach at Ramsey Island, off the Pembrokeshire coast, while Val Griffiths took its photograph.
An autumnal afternoon walk around Dyffryn Gardens, in the Vale of Glamorgan, as captured by Ian Thompson.
This tranquil shot of Cardigan Bay was taken by Catrin Evans on a coastal path from Aberporth to Tresaith.
This sumptuous shot of the sun setting over Cowbridge was taken by David McNaught.
Mel Bloor-Steen, of Llandudno, captured this photograph of the Weeping Window poppies display at Caernarfon Castle.
Bleddyn Jones-Pearson had to be as quick as a flash to capture this lightning storm over Trwyn Du lighthouse near Penmon, Anglesey.