Here are more of Photos Of The Week. Don’t forget anyone can send us a picture, you don’t have to be a professional!

 

Here is the first photo of the week taken by Bert Willaert of Tadpoles.  Bert shared his photograph to Carmarthenshire Wildlife Watch.  To see more of Bert’s work you can check out his website www.bertwillaert.com

 

This photograph of a Kestrel is taken by our very own Darren Harries of Carmarthenshire Wildlife Watch

This photo was taken by a member of Llanelli Music Scene of Naked Ape Society

Lastly a photograph taken of Llanelli House by photographer Carly Graudins.  You can visit Carly’s website; www.carlyphotographic.com or facebook page; www.facebook.com/carlyphotographic


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