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Your pictures: Gatherings

Hundreds of guillemots huddle together at Stack Rock, Pembrokeshire (Rob Allen).

Hundreds of guillemots huddle together at Stack Rock, Pembrokeshire (Rob Allen). The theme for August is food and drink so send us your images before 26 August. To find out how, click on the Your Pictures: Your Wales link on the right.

The Big Cheese Festival, Caerphilly (Steve Rogers)

Steve Rogers is terrified of heights but managed to take some shots from the top of the ferris wheel at this year's Big Cheese Festival in Caerphilly.

Bees at Dyffryn Gardens (Eileen Ridgeway)

Dyffryn Gardens in the Vale of Glamorgan has started its own apiary, which is a place where beehives of honey bees are kept. Eileen Ridgeway visited and spotted these bees - and possible Dyffryn residents - on one of the flowers there.

Bassingthwaite and Sage families in the Brecon Beacons (Mark Sage)

The Bassingthwaite and Sage families enjoy hiking in the Brecon Breacons while on holiday. Llanthony Priory can be seen in the background which is where they had their lunch (Mike Sage).

Taha Idris' view of the inauguration of Swansea's new Lord Mayor in Brangwyn Hall.

Taha Idris' view of the inauguration of Swansea's new Lord Mayor in Brangwyn Hall. It was an occasion for pomp, ceremony and pageantry, he said.

Seagulls near the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff (James Francis)

This shot was taken by James Francis at the Millennium Stadium - a favourite gathering spot for the city's seagull population.

Jane Buckels took this picture of puffins "having a meeting" while on a trip to Skomer Island.

Jane Buckels took this picture of puffins "having a meeting" while on a trip to Skomer Island.

A colourful assortment of cherry pickers close to the docks entrance in Cardiff (Bob Nicholls).

A colourful assortment of cherry pickers close to the docks entrance in Cardiff (Bob Nicholls).

Huw Evans' daughter Helen and her family rock pooling at Llantwit Major.

Huw Evans' daughter Helen and her family rock pooling at Llantwit Major. They were all staying at the Nash Point lighthouse cottages.

Opera fans watching La Traviata on a big screen outside St Davids Hall in Cardiff (Megan Campbell).

Opera fans watching Verdi's La Traviata on a big screen outside St Davids Hall in Cardiff (Megan Campbell).



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