Your pictures in Wales: 11-17 April 2018

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Cadair IdrisImage source, Natasha Counsell
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Sun's up over Cadair Idris in Snowdonia, as seen by Natasha Counsell. Would you like to see your picture featured? Send it to newsonlinepictures@bbc.co.uk with your details and information about how you came to take the photograph.
Porth Swtan on Anglesey during sunset - lots of mist among the rocksImage source, Bleddyn Jones-Pearson
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Bleddyn Jones-Pearson took this beautiful image of Porth Swtan on Anglesey.
Image source, @my_boy_barnaby
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A dog's life: Barnaby the black labrador enjoyed his day out on the Preseli hills, Pembrokeshire.
Image source, Sue Thomas
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Sue Thomas captured Newgale beach, Pembrokeshire, looking beautiful as the sun set.
Image source, Barbara Fuller
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Boats lay still at sundown on the magnificent Mawddach Estuary, Gwynedd, a serene scene captured by Barbara Fuller.
Image source, Claire Illari
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Just hanging out - these Cardiff Bay ducks were snapped by Claire Illari.
Image source, Matthew Jones
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Matthew Jones took this at Nash Point on the Wales Coast Path in the Vale of Glamorgan.
Image source, John Minopoli
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John Minopoli said the giant Man Engine, seen in Swansea on its last day of a Welsh tour, was a "fitting tribute to miners".
Image source, Rupert Jones
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This softly-lit view across the Menai Strait from Beaumaris on Anglesey was captured by Rupert Jones.
Image source, Clive Potter
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Spring has definitely sprung at Craig Goch, Elan Valley, as seen by cyclist Clive Potter.
Image source, Les Morgan
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The model of Blaenavon Ironworks at the front of the site's remaining structures, as captured by Les Morgan.
Image source, Tracy Dunford
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Cardiff Castle looms over the top of the blossom trees in Bute Park, as seen by Tracy Dunford.