Llangernyw is an 4K year Old Ancient Yew Tree.

Photograph by Emgaol/Wikimedia Commons
Llangernyw, a lush, 4,000-year-old yew tree, was inducted into a list of 50 Great British Trees by the United Kingdom Tree Council in 2002, which, as far as tree honors are concerned, is a pretty big deal.
Llangernyw was planted in what is now a North Wales churchyard way back when the Egyptian Pyramids were still considered a new development.
See more old trees via 6 of the Oldest Trees in the World | Mental Floss

Baked Bean Museum of Excellence, Port Talbot.

The Baked Bean Museum of Excellence is a museum dedicated to baked beans, owned and operated by a bean-obsessed superhero called Captain Beany. And yes, it is as eccentric as it sounds.
In order to understand the Baked Bean Museum of Excellence, you first have to understand Captain Beany. The man formerly known as Barry Kirk once worked in the computer department of the British Petroleum chemical plant in the village of Baglan in Neath Port Talbot.
Then, in September 1986, one sublime event changed his life: Kirk sat naked in a bathtub full of baked beans for 100 hours, setting a new world record.
At the same time, his one true destiny was revealed: Captain Beany was born, an honest-to-goodness real-life superhero rising like a phoenix from the rich tomato sauce of a thousand baked beans. It was a beautiful moment.
In truth, it actually took a few years for Kirk to complete his baked bean-obsessed transformation. But in 1991, he legally changed his name by deed poll to Captain Beany.

Not stopping there, he started painting his face and (now completely bald) head orange, and began wearing a golden cape, pants, gloves and boots.
Ever since, Captain Beany has been involved in a whole range of strange events, raising money for various charities.
In doing so, he’s raised more than £100,000 for charity.
In 2009, Captain Beany transformed his third-floor, two-bedroom council flat into the world’s only museum dedicated to baked beans: The Baked Bean Museum of Excellence. The tiny museum is packed with baked bean-related artifacts.
It’s bursting with baked bean tins from various brands around the world.
It’s a surreal experience, but one that most visitors thoroughly enjoy. Well done, Captain Beany.
Because the museum is located in a council flat, Captain Beany can’t charge an entrance fee. Donations are happily received, however, and are given to charity.
Source: Baked Bean Museum of Excellence – Port Talbot, Wales – Gastro Obscura

The Cefn Sidan Silky Back Beach on a Spring Evening.

Cefn Sidan beach in Carmarthenshire on a glorious spring evening.
Image Credit: Photograph by Steve Huggett.
Cefn Sidan, translated from Welsh, means “Silky Back”.
This long sandy beach and its dunes form the outer edge of the Pembrey Burrows between Burry Port and Kidwelly, facing southwestwards over Carmarthen Bay in South Wales.
Cefn Sidan beach is backed by dunes, salt marshes, Pembrey Forest and the Pembrey Country Park.
Source: Your Pictures: 05 April – 12 April 2017 – BBC News

Mist Blankets Blaunau Ffestiniog Gwynedd.

The mist rolling in to blanket Blaenau Ffestiniog, Gwynedd, Wales.
Captured in the dying light of day from nearby Llyn Cae Cerrig
Image Credit: Photograph by Helen McAteer.
Source: Your Pictures: 24 – 31 May – BBC News

Steam Rises over Deeside Power Station.

The industrial landscape across the Dee estuary at sunrise, as steam rises from the Deeside power station and the Shotton steelworks in Flint, Wales.
Photograph: Christopher Furlong/Getty Images
Source: Riding high: the year’s best British photojournalism – in pictures | Art and design | The Guardian