November has certainly made it's mark this year here in the U.K. and probably for all the wrong reasons ! For those of us who were lucky enough to stay dry and tethered to the ground we will almost certainly remember it for a very colourfull one - The highlight so far for me was Yesterday mornings' views with the visibility being the clearest I can remember this year .

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Ian ( and Meg )

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This picture taken on saturday morning showing how clear the air was - taken looking out over the village of Erwood from Sunnybank.

Webcam watchers will recognise this view

This is the southerly view from the house which the camera is usually looking at .Close inspection of the tree growth shows the prevailing wind and how windy the location can get

This cloud formation taken just before sunset I thought worthy of a picture if only for being different
Some morning mist from a few weeks ago - looking south west towards the Brecon Beacons
And finally since she seems to get more e-mail than me these days here is Madame taking it easy this very evening in pride of place - not too impressed I woke her up on taking this piccy.....
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Tuesday morning (21 st ) was a little frosty as I took this photo just outside Painscastle Village - if you look at the larger image by clicking on it you will notice many pairs of reflective eyes on the bottom left ! click HERE to view the owners in the later light !!