2 January 2013
Last updated at 02:46 ET
Howard Jones, of Abergavenny, was on a cold and windy Sugar Loaf mountain, Monmouthshire, to capture the first sunrise of 2013. 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.
Edward Thraves, from Caldicot, hiked to Gray Hill, Monmouthshire, with six friends. When the mist and cloud cleared, he took this image of winter solstice. He said: "There have only been a few opportunities in four decades. Within 10 minutes the mist rolled back in producing a halo around the sun. It was a beautiful sight."
Tony Rees, from Norfolk was at Newgale, Pembrokeshire, over Christmas. He said: "A brisk walk along the pebble-fringed beach announced I was home, the place where my roots draw energy and where childhood memories of sandcastles, picnics and surfing are still as fresh as the day they were made."
Caerphilly Castle on New Years Day. Taken by Mark Weston, of Hengoed, Caerphilly county.
The church spire of St Davids, Abergwili, Carmarthenshire, can just be seen across a flooded lower Towy valley, a mile upstream from Carmarthen. The river itself flows just the other side of the line of trees. By Stuart Martinson, of Pontardawe, Neath Port Talbot.
David Lang sent in this image of the Banwen Miners Hunt in Neath town centre as it celebrated its 50th season.
John Lloyd Griffith, of Old Colwyn, Conwy, sent in this image. He said: "The clouds cleared to expose a lovely full moon on the beach."
A heron looking for its supper at the WWT Llanelli Wetland Centre. Photo taken by Kevin Lovibond, from Tycroes, Ammanford, Carmarthenshire.