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Your pictures: 15-21 July

Bill White took this picture of a still day at the Ferry Inn on the River Wye.

Bill White took this picture of an idyllic day at the Ferry Inn on the River Wye. 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.

Jon Evans took this shot of Strumble Head near Fishguard.

Jon Evans took this shot of Strumble Head near Fishguard. He said he had never seen such a blue sea.

This picture was taken over the Wakestock festival in Abersoch. The Red Arrows opened the festival with amazing display, said photographer Peter Milnes.

This picture was taken over the Wakestock festival in Abersoch. The Red Arrows opened the festival with amazing display, said photographer Peter Milnes.

Ray McGowan's wife Avril discovered this orchid on Halkyn mountain in Flintshire while walking their dogs.

Ray McGowan's wife Avril discovered this orchid on Halkyn Mountain in Flintshire while walking their dogs.

Aisha and Victor from Buenos Aires perform the tango in Dylan Thomas Square, Swansea, as part of the Taliesin Dance Days Festival.

Aisha and Victor from Buenos Aires perform the tango in Dylan Thomas Square, Swansea, as part of the Taliesin Dance Days Festival.

More aeronautical displays, this time from Team Osprey who flew over Swansea Bay as part of the recent Wales National Airshow (Mark McConkey).

More aeronautical displays, this time from Team Osprey who flew over Swansea Bay as part of the recent Wales National Airshow (Mark McConkey).

Sharon Wilson took this picture of a spider trapping a dragonfly in its web at Atlantic Wharf in Cardiff Bay.

Sharon Wilson took this picture of a spider trapping a dragonfly in its web at Atlantic Wharf in Cardiff Bay.

Gerard Rodger created this amazing image by taking 12 separate pictures of rocks at Pwll Du Bay in the Gower, then stitching them together on a computer.

Gerard Rodger created this amazing image by taking 12 separate pictures of rocks at Pwll Du Bay in the Gower, then stitching them together on a computer.

Acrobatics at the airshow in Swansea, this time from wing walkers on bi-planes (Taha Idris).

More acrobatics at the airshow in Swansea, this time from wing walkers on bi-planes (Taha Idris).

Amazing colours in this sunrise over the Neath valley near Melincourt (Peter Jenkins).

Amazing colours in this sunrise over the Neath valley near Melincourt (Peter Jenkins).



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