16 January 2013
Last updated at 07:57
A pony enjoys the grass on the top of Sugar Loaf, Monmouthshire. Photo by Bridget Yarworth, of Risca, Caerphilly. 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.
Not a one-colour "yarn-bombing" of a boulder in Cwm Idwal, Snowdonia, but a "small experiment to see how many people can fit into an emergency shelter", says Rupert Jones. He said: "The answer is three - my wife Ceri and her friends Nina and Katie, whose boot is sticking out."
A "star trail" with Polaris at its centre. It was captured by Carl Jones using a six-minute exposure at Uwchmynydd, on Gwynedd's Llyn peninsula. He said the location is becoming one of his favourite spots for night photography. He added: "I should really remember to take hand warmers when I head up there next time."
A fisherman on Ogmore beach, Vale of Glamorgan, on New Year's Day waiting for his first catch of the year. Photo by Edward Hinton, from Roath, Cardiff, while going for a walk with his girlfriend Jenn.
The overflow of the Upper Lliw Reservoir leading to the cascade down to the Lower Reservoir, as seen by Mary McIlroy, from Pontarddulais, Swansea.
The Usk Reservoir in the Brecon Beacons, with Pen y fan in the background. Photo taken by Gavin Pickett, from Ystradgynlais, Powys, while on a walk around the water.
Chris and Babs Jones, from Pontypridd, took a walk on Kenfig Burrows in Bridgend county, "in sunshine after the weeks of rain and dull skies". This is what they saw.
Llandudno's promenade, as photographed from the pier by Simon Hassall, from Denbigh.
Richard Moult, of Loughor, Swansea, took this image of a moody Loughor estuary on an early morning walk.
James Kingman, from Cardiff, was working under the second Severn crossing when he took this photo of the sunrise. Note the distinctive 3m-high wind baffles on the side of the bridge.