Gwilym Love's daughter Karen and her son Reece enjoy the fair at Rhyl. 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.
This male redstart was building a nest in an old stone wall in Cynghordy near Llandovery (Eileen Garske).
Alwen Jones enjoys the view over Llanberis, Gwynedd from above Vivian Quarry. Snowdon can be seen in the background (Gareth Jones).
John Williams took this shot of Talacre lighthouse while out walking along the beach from Prestatyn to Talacre. He said he was surprised there were not more people about considering it was the bank holiday weekend.
Andy Green spotted this butterfly, which he believes is a "small white", camouflaged in leaves in Penallt near Monmouthshire.
Neath Walking Club take a rest at the outcrop of rock known as Tom Thumb above the Clydach Gorge (Ken Jones).
Regular gallery viewers may remember a few weeks ago we featured a picture by Sharon Wilson of a coot building its nest from rubbish in Cardiff Bay. Well Ms Wilson has revisited the nest and here are the two chicks she saw inside.
Following on from last week's angles theme, Roger Lavery sent us this shot of a sharp edged office building in Cardiff Bay.
Lewis Jones managed to capture his two sons Gwyn and Deri in silhouette while they played on the beach at Llangrannog in Ceredigion.
View of Barmouth and Cardigan Bay at night with the Llyn Peninsula in the background (Keith O'Brien).