Your pictures in Wales: 4-10 April
A selection of your pictures from across Wales.
A bench with a view... but Ted the dog doesn't look quite so impressed. This picture was taken by Natasha Counsell at Criccieth, Gwynedd. Would you like to see your picture featured? Send it to firstname.lastname@example.org with your details and information about how you came to take the photograph.
Alistair Cranstone's hike up to Pen Y Fan in the Brecon Beacons at dawn was well worth it.
Flying high: Aircraft banking over Llyn Ogwen, Snowdonia, taken by Ben Robertson during his descent from the summit of Y Garn.
It was full steam ahead at Glyndyfrdwy as Clive Potter from Welshpool took a trip on the on the Llangollen railway. Choo choo!
The green, green bridge of home - Janet Jenkins captured the spectacular rock formation of the Green Bridge in Pembrokeshire.
Gazing across the water: Sue Stacey snapped snow-capped Snowdonia from Plas Newydd on Anglesey.
Dark and stormy: The sun broke out at Cae Clyd near Caernarfon long enough for Jen Newall to photograph the rocks on the beach.
Man v machine: The Man Engine in Blaenavon was photographed by Gareth Thompson.
Owain Davies took this sprawling photograph over Cardiff city centre during a helicopter ride.
Julie Morgan took this photo of Goytre Wharf through a globe.
A colourful Tenby harbour, Pembrokeshire, in the spring light by Dean James.
Castle in the clouds: Mandy Llewellyn captured these red skies over Carew Castle, Pembrokeshire.