Cardigan Bay sunsets are some of the best around - but one photographer managed to capture a little extra wow factor on Tuesday evening.
As the sun set, a beam of light could be seen extending upwards from the Sun.
Member of the Picture This: Cambrian News Photography Club, Facebook group, Anne Winstanley, captured these images and posted to the page, saying 'stunning if not weird'.
The beam is called a sun pillar and is a relatively rare phenomenon.
Sun pillars are typically seen during sunrise or sunset and form when sunlight reflects off the surfaces of falling ice crystals associated with thin, high-level clouds (like cirrostratus clouds).