Your Pictures in Wales: 13-19 June 2018

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A selection of your pictures from across Wales.

Red kite at the Llandeusant feeding station in the Brecon Beacons, PowysImage source, Jonathan Westlake
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Flying high - Jonathan Westlake caught this image of one of Wales's iconic red kites at the Llandeusant feeding station in the Brecon Beacons.
Image source, Mandy Llewelyn
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Mandy Llewelyn was not at a Caribbean hideaway, but Church Rock at Broadhaven in Pembrokeshire when she took this shot.
Image source, Ed Holt
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The sky over Aberystwyth Beach in a wonderful hue of colours, photographed by Ed Holt.
Image source, Amber Morris
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Misty mountains.... This stunning vista over Pen-Y-Pass in Snowdonia was captured by Amber Morris.
Image source, Ashley Williams
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Ashley Williams took this tranquil shot of Swansea Bay at dawn.
Image source, Kate Morrissey
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Kate Morrissey captured this cheeky squirrel eating nuts at Barry Island.
Image source, Andrew Nummelin
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A real love in. These romantic dragonflies caught the eye of Andrew Nummelin.
Image source, Liz Simpson
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Liz Simpson sent us this beautiful photo of Tal-y-Llyn.
Image source, Kerry Edwards
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This wood pigeon had its imposing wingspan on display for Kerry Edwards.
Image source, Alan Lodge
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Alan Lodge found some peace at this clear pool on the Watkin Pass in Snowdonia.
Image source, Gary Durbin
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Gary Durbin captured this owl in low flight near Talgarth, Powys
Image source, Alan Jones
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Alan Jones took this picture of the bare top of Dinas Hill near Llanfairfechan on a gorgeous sunny day.

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