Treforest railway station at dawn (Denize McIntyre). The theme for May is historic Wales. Please send us your images before 27 May. To find out how, click on the Your Pictures: Your Wales link on the right.
John Taylor sent us this shot of the new Aurora building in Swansea, taken from an unusual angle.
Condensation trails, or vapour trails made by the exhaust of aircraft engines, create a picturesque sky over Neath (Mike Davies).
Alan John's son Neil poses by an unusual structure at the National Botanic Garden of Wales, Carmarthenshire.
An unusual view of one of Wales' most famous buildings - the Wales Millennium Centre - in Cardiff Bay (David Donaldson).
A hair-raising experience on the Crib Goch ridge for Mike Price from Buckley. His friend Wyn Humphries said Mr Price had just returned from six months in Australia so he thought he'd bring him back to reality with a rainy, wind swept slog up Snowdon.
Office buildings in reflection at the end of St Mary Street, Cardiff (Jackie Rosser).
A cow regards the striking angles of the famous peaks in Three Cliffs Bay, Gower (Bob Howe).
This image was taken by James Francis at the base of the Capitol Tower in Cardiff on a gloomy April afternoon.
Paul Harris Dack sent us this brilliant shot of a red kite soaring in the skies above the Rhyader feeding station.
Annette Strauch considers the angles outside Llys Maldwyn in Machynlleth (Mark Robert Davey).
This picture was taken by John Williams close to the Rhyl events arena as the sun was setting. Mr Williams said he liked the angular patterns created by the backlighting on the railings.