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Scenes of South East Wales

Share your best photos of our cities, towns, villages, countryside and coast. Send them by email to - no more than one photo per email. We'll arrange them by county. See below for detailed advice on what we're looking for.

Blaenau Gwent
Tredegar Town Clock.  Photo by Barry Cowles.
Tredegar Town Clock by Barry Cowles

Scenes from Ebbw Vale, Brynmawr, Tredegar, Abertillery and the surrounding area.

Bridgend county
Ogmore Castle.  Photo by Mike Davies.
Ogmore Castle by Mike Davies

Scenes from Bridgend, Porthcawl, Maesteg, Ogmore and the surrounding area.

Caerphilly county
Caerphilly Castle at night.  Photo by Liam Morgan.
Caerphilly Castle by Liam Morgan

Scenes from Caerphilly, Newbridge, Blackwood, Bargoed and the surrounding area.

Roath Park Lake - photo by Qasim Shafi.
Roath Park Lake by Qasim Shafi

Scenes from around the capital city and its waterfront.

Merthyr Tydfil
Cyclist on the Pontsarn viaduct.  Photo by Reg Criddle.
Pontsarn viaduct by Reg Criddle

Scenes from the valleys town and surrounds.

Monnow Bridge - photo by Suzanne Donald
Monnow Bridge by Suzanne Donald

Scenes from Monmouth, Abergavenny, Caldicot, Chepstow, Usk and neighbouring villages.

Transporter Bridge at sunset. Photo by Paul Huddleston.
Transporter Bridge by Paul Huddleston

Scenes from Newport, Caerleon and surrounds.

Rhondda Cynon Taf
The winding gear at Rhondda Heritage Park. Photo by Mal Durbin.
Rhondda Heritage Park by Mal Durbin

Scenes from the heart of the south Wales valleys.

Folly Tower, Pontypool - photo by Alan Jeffreys
The Folly, Pontypool, by Alan Jeffreys

Scenes from Blaenavon, Cwmbran, Pontypool and surrounds.

Vale of Glamorgan
Rank Hovis mills at Barry Docks - photo by Phil Dawson.
Barry Docks by Phil Dawson

Scenes from Barry, Cowbridge, Penarth and surrounds.

Before sending your photos

Make sure you are the copyright holder for the image - usually this means you took the photo yourself.

We're looking for good quality digital images or scanned prints - they should be original images that haven't been altered in any way.

Please don't send:

  • photos featuring artwork or a prominent logo
  • professional photos such as school photographs, images from books, or postcards
  • photos that have been cropped, brightened or otherwise treated - digital originals or scanned photos only please
  • photos with visible timestamps or any other captions
  • photos featuring children unless you confirm you are the parent or guardian and give your consent to publication
  • posed 'family snaps'
  • too many photos - just send the best one or two
  • photos too similar to those already published on this website
  • photos that are poorly lit or blurred

Don't forget to include:

  • Your name and location
  • A brief description of the subject and location of your photo
  • One photo per email, maximum file size 5MB

Then email your photo to

Due to the large number of photos we receive, we can't promise to publish them all. Help us by only sending the very best photos you've taken of places or landmarks in South East Wales that aren't already shown on our website, unless it shows them in a unique or distinctive light.

While you still own the copyright to your photos, submitting them to means that you agree to grant us a royalty-free, non-exclusive licence to publish and otherwise use the material in any way that we want, and in any media worldwide. (See the Terms and Conditions for the full terms of our rights.)

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