Your Pictures in Wales: 22-28 February 2017
A weekly selection of your pictures from around Wales.
An American's perspective of Laugharne castle - Michael Bianco from Washington DC captured it while with his Welsh wife. Would you like to see your picture featured? Send it to firstname.lastname@example.org with your details and information about how you came to take the photograph.
Standing firm: Wind blows across Whitmore Bay, Barry Island, but Snoopy is unperturbed in this pic taken by Derek Tutssel.
The wild sea - The awesome power of nature as Storm Doris hits the coast at Porthcawl in this picture by Susan Dobbs.
Best foot forward: On a hiking expedition, this stunning scene at the Mumbles was captured by Ashley Williams.
It pays to get up early sometimes. This stunning image of the sun rising over Swansea beach was taken by Lisa Medcalf.
Freddie Hughes snapped the setting sun on a walk up the Crug in the Brecon Beacons, looking over to Pen-y-Fan, Corn Du and Cribyn.
Eric Browning took this shot of Llyn Idwal while walking up the Devil's Kitchen in Snowdonia.
Flying the flag in preparation for St David's Day, at Llyn y Fan Fach in the Brecon Beacons, as captured by Sian Smith.
The RSPB reserve in Conwy, a day after Storm Doris visited, as seen by Mel Garside.
Gareth Morgan caught this cormorant stretching its wings at Cosmeston country park in the Vale of Glamorgan.
Rupert Jones snapped this colourful sunset over Gallows Point, Beaumaris.
A light dusting of snow on Pen Y Fan in the Brecon Beacons, taken by Rob and Lesley Hughes as they celebrated their 21st wedding anniversary with a walk.
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