Your Pictures in Wales: 6-12 December 2017
A weekly selection of your pictures from around Wales.
A rainbow over a relic: Louise Franklin captured the old lime works at East Aberthaw, bathed in golden sunlight. 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.
There's a storm brewing: Nick Dallimore captured this moody sunset over the Usk Estuary at Newport Wetlands.
Let it snow: Alison Lucas' shot of the Brecon Beacons covered in a blanket of snow is getting us in the Christmas spirit.
Roger Jepson snapped this magnificent picture of a majestic stag in Llanidloes, Powys
A snap from a snowy stroll on the banks of the Pontsticill Reservoir by Jordan Jones of Cwmdare
Santa paws: Tracey Coombe took this festive photo of Lilly in the snow in Blackwood.
Dave Trotman took this photo of a bird in his hawthorn tree in Llanelly Hill, Monmouthshire
A dusting of the white stuff over the Snowdonia mountains, near Blaenau Ffestiniog, was snapped by Helen Macnibbler.
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This pony was captured on camera by Steve J Huggett at Upper Brynamman, in the Black Mountains.
An afternoon stroll along the River Taff, Quakers Yard, Treharris by Chris Phillips.
On reflection... This snap at Cwm Idwal, Ogwen Valley, in Snowdonia National Park, was taken by Martin Wall.
"Look up to find beauty," says Keith Hughes, who took this photo of a snow-covered tree near the River Severn at Welshpool.