Visions of Wales

THIS is a space where members of our Ewegottalove Wales Community can post their own favourite photographs, videos or artwork of the places that mean the most to them in all of Wales.

From Aberaeron to Ystradgynlais, Porthcawl to Colwyn Bay, Cardiff to Swansea, Brecon Beacons to Snowdonia, Anglesey to Barry Island; we invite EWE to send us your pictures for publication in Visions of Wales.

We will gladly publish your name, or a link to your Instagram or other social media feed so that ewe can share even more of your best images or works of art with the world – and showcase exactly what Wales means to ewe.

Your photograph or painting could be a beauty spot on the coast, one of Wales’s countless historical sites, snow-covered hills, the countryside, a ‘hidden gem’, a favourite ice cream shop, a vineyard, a sporting venue… anything that grabs your imagination!

Whether you’re a professional photographer, a keen amateur snapper, an artist working in oils or water colours, or simply someone who wants to shout about Wales from the hilltops, let us have your finest captures on camera or canvas and we will build a unique Visions of Wales gallery to be proud of here on the Ewegottalove website.

Send your images, with a few words about when and where they were taken or created, your name and a link to your social media if you wish. Professional photographers and artists may also supply a link to the personal/professional website where they showcase their work. Email to: [email protected] (enter ‘submission for Visions of Wales’ in the subject line).

And don’t forget, if ewe have too many great images to choose from in your personal portfolio there is always Ewegottalove’s ‘My Wales‘ section, where we combine words and images to allow anyone with a love for Wales to demonstrate just what this nation means to them.

So please get involved. Let’s show the world what Wales is all about!


ABERAERON, Ceredigion

The Adamant Band entertain on the harbour wall during the Aberaeron Carnival Picture: Ewegottalove

ABERDARE, Rhondda Cynon Taf

A street view of Aberdare, submitted by Nana, from Berlin. See what Nana loves most about Wales


A gorgeous sunset off the Aberystwyth coast by @joneskatie951, a member of our Instagram community
Aberystwyth Castle by Katie Jones
Tan-y-Bwlch nature reserve, near Aberystwyth, captured by Katie Jones
Scott Waby, a member of Ewegottalove’s Instagram community, gives an amazing bird’s-eye view of the university seaside town of Aberystwyth

ANGLESEY, North Wales

Ynys Llanddwyn, a small tidal island off the west coast of Anglesey, north-west Wales, submitted by Kelly Jones (@country_girl_at_heart1 on Instagram)

BARRY ISLAND, Vale of Glamorgan

The Pleasure Park at Barry Island seaside resort in south Wales Picture: Ewegottalove


View of Beaumaris Castle from gunner’s walk. Beaumaris Castle, on the island of Anglesey, was the last of the royal strongholds created by Edward I in Wales. A fortress of immense size and near-perfect symmetry, it takes its rightful place on the global stage as part of the Castles and Town Walls of Edward I World Heritage Site © Hawlfraint y Goron / Crown copyright (2021) Cymru Wales


Mike Harries and the Root Doctors performing at Brecon Jazz Festival, submitted by J King


Smoke rises from the Dragons’ Lair at Caerphilly Castle Picture: Ewegottalove

CARDIFF, Capital of Wales

A fierce Welsh dragon guarding the Norman keep in the grounds of Cardiff Castle Picture: Ewegottalove
A stained glass window at Castell Coch depicting St David, the patron saint of Wales
Picture: Ewegottalove


Cardiff Bay is Europe’s largest waterfront development, built upon a former salt marsh. It is home to notable attractions, such as the Senedd Welsh Parliament building, the Pierhead Building, the Wales Millennium Centre and Norwegian Church. In the foreground is a plaque commemorating the opening of Roald Dahl Plass in 2002, honouring the Cardiff-born author Picture: Ewegottalove

CEMAES BAY, Anglesey

Cemaes is a village on the north coast of Anglesey, sited on Cemaes Bay, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty which is partly owned by the National Trust. It is the most northerly village in Wales © Hawlfraint y Goron / Crown copyright (2021) Cymru Wales

CHEPSTOW, Monmouthshire

A view across the River Wye, Chepstow Picture: Ewegottalove

CHIRK, Denbighshire

The sun rises over Chirk, submitted by Kelly Jones (@country_girl_at_heart1 on Instagram)
Chirk Aqueduct and Viaduct, submitted by Kelly Jones


Reflections on Llyn Parc, submitted by Kelly Jones (@country_girl_at_heart1 on Instagram)

HARLECH, Gwynedd

Harlech Castle in Gwynedd is a Grade I-listed medieval fortification built onto a rocky knoll close to the Irish Sea, submitted by David Stevens (@meifodman), a member of the EweGottaLove Instagram community

HAVERFORDWEST, Pembrokeshire

A view from the grounds of Slebech Park country estate, overlooking the upper reaches of the DauGleddau river estuary Picture: Ewegottalove


An atmospheric shot of sunrise over The Lonely Tree, a solitary tree that grows on the shores of Llyn Padarn, near Llanberis Picture by kind permission of north Wales-based amateur photographer Mel Hughes (Instagram: melhughes223)


Foreign tourists have a facination for the village of Llanfairfairpwllgwyngyll and especially its railway station Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch – the tongue-twisting name is often reduced to Llanfairpwll or simply LlanfairPG by locals © Hawlfraint y Goron / Crown copyright (2021) Cymru Wales

LLANGOLLEN, Denbighshire

Through the arch at Castell Dinas Bran, submitted by Kelly Jones

LLANTRISANT, Rhondda Cynon Taf

The wonderful Penny Lane car on display at the Royal Mint, Llantrisant Picture: Ewegottalove

LLANTYSILIO, Denbighshire

Beautiful Welsh countryside at Llantysilio, submitted by Kelly Jones

LYDSTEP, Pembrokeshire

Lydstep, on the Pembrokeshire coast, submitted by Carol Geen


The Menai Suspension Bridge (Pont Grog y Borth), Anglesey, was completed in 1826. It was built by Thomas Telfod to carry road traffic across the Menai Straits and the Welsh mainland © Hawlfraint y Goron / Crown copyright (2021) Cymru Wales


Joseph Parry’s Cottage, Merthyr Tydfil, birthplace of the famous Welsh composer Picture: Ewegottalove


Long stretches of sand on the Morfa Bychan coastline, submitted by Kelly Jones (@country_girl_at_heart1 on Instagram)

NEWPORT, South-East Wales

Newport Transporter Bridge, submitted by artist and photographer RL MacLeod (
A stunning, brightly-coloured ‘Newport Blooms’ mosaic, one of several in a Newport underpass celebrating the city’s market heritage Picture: Ewegottalove
A drone capture of the city of Newport, submitted by RL MacLeod, of A Thousand Words Gallery, Kingsway Shopping Centre, Newport

NEW QUAY, Ceredigion

New Quay sunset, submitted by Pedro Nogueira
The beautiful Ceredigion coast, submitted by Pedro Nogueira (Instagram: @pedro.a.nogueira)

OGMORE-BY-SEA, Vale of Glamorgan

A bird’s-eye view of the Glamorgan Heritage Coast from Ogmore-by-Sea, St Brides Major, Vale of Glamorgan, submitted by RL MacLeod (Instagram: @athousandwordsgallery)

PENARTH, Vale of Glamorgan

A view along the pier at Penarth, Vale of Glamorgan Picture: Ewegottalove
St Augustine’s Church, Penarth Picture: Ewegottalove
A view of Penarth Pier from the seafront esplanade Picture: Ewegottalove

ST GOVAN’S HEAD, Pembrokeshire

Picture taken at St Govan’s Chapel, St Govan’s Head, on the Pembrokeshire coast, submitted by RL MacLeod

SNOWDONIA, North Wales

The beautiful Llyn Idwal, with Pen yr Ole Wen in the background, submitted by Kelly Jones (@country_girl_at_heart1 on Instagram)


Swansea, the second largest city of Wales, was a key centre of the copper-smelting industry during the 19th-Century industrial heyday, earning it the nickname ‘Copperopolis’ Picture by Numero007 (CC BY-SA 4.0)

TENBY, Pembrokeshire

The colourful buildings overlooking Tenby Beach, submitted by Charlotte Geen