Your Pictures in Wales: 15-21 February 2017

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Layla the dog on Newport Sands beachImage source, Sam Rean
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Sam Rean photographed Layla enjoying a day at Newport Sands in Pembrokeshire. 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.
Llyn Padarn, Snowdonia taken from Penllyn BridgeImage source, Iwan Williams
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Iwan Williams captured this gorgeous image of the purple sky over Llyn Padarn, Snowdonia.
Image source, David Crawford
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David Crawford took this image of the magical dawn sky above Moel Famau, Mold.
Image source, Shannon Price
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Sunset over the sea: Llanddwyn Island lighthouse taken by Shannon Price.
Image source, Mel Bloor-Steen
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Seagulls secure their places on the beach at Llandudno, taken by Mel Bloor-Steen.
Image source, Rhys Evans
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Rhossili Bay, Gower, courtesy of Rhys Evans from Cardiff while on a family walk.
Image source, Susan Beer
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Spring has sprung: Susan Beer captured these daffodils overlooking Langland Bay, Gower.
Image source, Martyn Jenkins
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This picture of Cardiff Bay was taken by Martyn Jenkins, who thought the Wales Millennium Centre looked like golden fish scales.
Image source, Richard Cave
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Richard Cave snapped this view of Llyn Lluncaws in the Berwyn Mountains, Denbighshire, on a cold morning.
Image source, Marie Jones
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Silver, a slate merle border collie, relaxing on the Blorenge near Abergavenny, Monmouthshire, during walk with owner Marie Jones.
Image source, Bleddyn Jones-Pearson
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The Gorsedd stone and Menai Bridge at twilight, as captured by Bleddyn Jones-Pearson.
Image source, Phil Dascombe
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This incredible sunset was taken by Phil Dascombe near the River Ogmore looking toward Ogmore and Merthyr Mawr, Bridgend county.