James Francis sent us this lovely shot of Caerphilly Castle. The theme for June is camping. send us your images before 23 June. To find out how, click on the Your Pictures: Your Wales link on the right.
The interior of St Nicholas Church, Grosmont in Monmouthshire. Janice Lane, who took this picture, said it was built in part for the garrison at Grosmont Castle.
Richard Bridge sent us this unusual view of Harlech Castle in Gwynedd, which also takes in part of a colourful garden.
Max the dog finishes his inspection of the ruins of St Mary the Virgin, Tintern (Glen Perry).
This memorial in the style of a lighthouse is dedicated to doomed Antarctic explorer Captain Scott and the crew of the SS Terra Nova. Jackie Rosser managed to capture it reflected in Roath Park Lake.
Neath Abbey's cistercian monks monastery on a glorious day (Mark Jones).
A figure on the south face of Cardiff Castle's clock tower (Rob Falconer).
The flag flies at Caldicot Castle, Monmouthshire (Debbie Woodley).
Mike Bell paddles the wooden kayak he designed and built himself by the old brick works at Porth Wen, Anglesey (Ian Collins).
Phil Veall, who lives in London, took this photograph of some old grave stones at a cemetery in Abergwesyn, Powys, on his annual family visit there to "get away from it all and catch up with relatives".
Oystermouth Castle in its prime position overlooking Mumbles and Swansea Bay (Colin Griffiths).
The Iron Age hill fort at Dinas Dinlle, Gwynedd. Visitors can now walk up to the top of the fort via a wooden slatted path. The views from the top are phenomenal, said photographer Rhian Thomas.
Birds circle the towers of Conwy Castle at dusk in this atmospheric shot from Linda Loughead.