Your Pictures in Wales: 29- 5 December 2017
A weekly selection of your pictures from around Wales.
A snowy scene in the Brecon Beacons, captured by Alison Lucas. If you would like your picture to be included, email it to firstname.lastname@example.org with your details and information about how you came to take the image.
A chilly start: This frosty morning at Gwern y Domen, Caerphilly, was taken by Kath Prosser.
This cheeky chappy was spotted by Alex Harvey in his garden in Chepstow.
A female kingfisher at the Spinnies, in Bangor, Gwynedd, snapped by Paul Roberts.
This spectacular shot of a snowy Snowdon was taken by Snowdon Summit.
Martyn Jenkins captured this moody shot of Dunraven Bay, on the Glamorgan Heritage Coast.
This sunset at Carew castle, Pembrokeshire, was taken by Mandy Llewellyn.
Gazing up from Cwmbran, Matthew Jones captured this eerie shot of December's supermoon.
Sunset and swans in perfect harmony at Roath Park lake, Cardiff, as seen by Alun Nevett.
Lee Morgan saw these ducks serenely swimming along the Monmouthshire and Brecon canal on a bright winter's day.
These Chinese lantern plants (aka physalis alkekengi) made a bright display amid the early morning frost in Bute Park, Cardiff, for Lindsay Powell-Jones.
After an overcast day, the sun broke through the clouds to bathe the Great Orme headland in a "soft, golden glow", said picture taker Win Watson.