The theme for June was camping and this shot of some impressive campsite food was sent in by Ken Williams who recently went under the canvas at Padarn Lake at the foot of Mount Snowdon.
Unfortunately there weren't very many entries into this month's themed gallery. However we did receive this one from Ellaitchbee which shows members of WELTAF (Welsh Terriers and Friends) enjoying a late-night drink while camping near Bala.
Mist hangs over the trees in Plymouth Great Wood in Ely, Cardiff (Paul Kemble). The theme for July is gatherings so send us your images before 28 July. To find out how, click on the Your Pictures: Your Wales link on the right.
Laurence Eddy from the Rhymney Valley sent us this superb shot of a thrush feeding its fledgling in his back garden.
This menacing scene looks like something out of an Alfred Hitchcock film but is actually Kevin Egan's view of the seagull-speckled sky above his back garden in Cardiff after he began a barbecue.
Mike Fudge captured the RAF Falcons falling from the sky into Cardiff for the Armed Forces day in the city on Saturday.
A skipper butterfly settles near a small lake in Cynghordy near Llandovery (Eileen Garske).
Lynne Hyde from Porthcawl sent us this lovely shot of her grandson Reggie on a day with his grandpa on the steam railways.
Peter Coles and his wife Jean often go for a stroll around Roath Park Lake in Cardiff and recently spotted this peaceful scene there.
A spectacular shot of lightning over the Gower from Pete Lloyd.