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Your Pictures in Wales: 16-22 May 2018

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image copyrightAlun Thomas
image captionSunset over Snowdonia - Alun Thomas took this picture looking across Denbigh Moors. 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.
image copyrightCharlie Ellis
image captionOar-some: Charlie Ellis snapped this shot of two paddleboarders taking in the sights near South Beach in Aberystwyth.
image copyrightIwan Williams
image captionYr Eifl mountain range seen from the cliffs at Dinas Dinlle in Gwynedd, by Iwan Williams.
image copyrightCarole Lynes
image captionLooking down towards Llanymawddwy, Gwynedd, from Bwlch Y Groes, taken by Carole Lynes.
image copyrightNatalie Clements
image captionSunset over the offshore wind farm off Rhyl, courtesy of Natalie Clements.
image copyrightJoanna Lynas
image captionThere's a touch of the tropical about this sunset snap of Tenby, as taken by Joanna Lynas.
image copyrightGraham Thomas
image captionGraham Thomas snapped this short-eared owl swooping over the bluebells on Skomer, off the coast of Pembrokeshire
image copyrightJack MacLachlan
image captionThis seagull was hoping to share Jack MacLachlan's sandwiches as he sat at the top of Cadair Idris in Snowdonia.
image copyrightSally Eversfield
image captionMist rising over Craig Goch dam in the Elan Valley, as seen by Sally Eversfield.
image copyrightPhil Kirby
image captionThe trees are showing off their full bloom to Phil Kirby in Clyne Gardens. Swansea.
image copyrightBarbara Fuller
image captionBarbara Fuller snapped this Talyllyn railway train in the bluebells as it was just leaving Dolgoch station going to Nant Gwernol in Snowdonia.
image copyrightTracey Dunford
image captionBaby boom! This family of geese and goslings were snapped by Tracey Dunford on Roath Park lake in Cardiff.

Related Topics

  • Aberystwyth
  • Dinas Dinlle
  • Photography
  • Rhyl
  • Llanymawddwy

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