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


This photograph was taken by Carmarthenshire Wildlife Watch’s very own Darren Harries.  Taken of a Mole, you can view more of Darren’s work at Carmarthenshire Wildlife Watch.

Taken of Llanelli Beach by photographer Carly Graudins.  You can view more of Carly’s work on

This photograph was taken of Burry Port Estuary by Scarletstrue Cavachons.

Last but not least, we have another photograph taken by Carly Graudins. To view more of Carly’s work, you can visit her website on

Finally we have another photograph taken by Darren Harries of a Rabbit.  You can view more of Darren’s work on his website

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