19 December 2012
Last updated at 07:10
Freezing fog at Llangorse Lake, Powys, pictured by Peter Seaman from Brecon, who said: "The fishermen were returning after a successful day on the lake and seemed none the worse for the cold." 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.
This was taken by Tom Callard on an evening walk up Constitution Hill, overlooking Aberystwyth. He said: "The camera had to be perched on a fencepost to take the long exposure shot."
A mountain chapel above Deiniolen, Gwynedd. Photo by Richard Jones.
Sunrise over the haven in Milford Haven, Pembrokeshire, as seen through the lounge window of the Eagle family in Hakin.
The late afternoon winter sun over the Taf estuary bleached David Colven's photo of the boathouse at Laugharne, Carmarthenshire. He said "It is actually a colour shot."
Sunset over Cardiff Bay. Photo taken by Clive Kelly, from Cardiff.
Shadows begin to stretch along the Ogwen Valley as seen by Nigel Beidas, of Tregarth, Gwynedd.
John Lloyd Griffith, of Old Colwyn, was walking on the beach when he saw these fishermen just getting ready to fish and the clouds behind them. He said: "I always carry my camera with me and quickly took a picture."
Carl Jones insists there is no trickery in this image, just "a camera and relatively dark skies" from Uwchmynydd on the Llyn Peninsula. He said: "It's looking back across the peninsula towards Abersoch and Llanbedrog. Despite the weather being quite mild when I left Rhydyclafdy, it was blowing a gale up on the hill."
The second Seven crossing at sunset, as seen by Danny Parrish, a private pilot from Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire.
Newton House in Dinefwr Park, Llandeilo, Carmarthenshire. Photo by Wayne Williams, who lives in Llandovery.