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Weatherpictures is located near the Powys Village of Painscastle Wales .Photographs are also taken in the adjoining areas of Clyro , Llandrindod Wells , Builth Wells &Brecon If you require specific info on any photo please E mail

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Below some more of the pictures from the past year.Immediately below is one I call 'RADNORSHIRE MIST' and the second is 'MORNING GLORY' and finally one of my favourites from September.

Ian ( + Meg ) Due to a site rebuild the GALLERY is unavailable at present

This week has seen a return of colder weather and with it some snow as well.Our walk on sunday produced some very clear shots of the Brecon Beacons probably the clearest views we have seen in the six years we have been lucky enough to live here.
The view above showing Llanbwchllyn Lake with the Brecon Beacons in the Distance , most days this time of year the Beacons are not even visible.The Photo below stretching the 'Nikon 990' to its limit with one of the very few times I have used the digital zoom.

This shot to the left showing 'Pen-Y-Fan' ( 886 ) and the 'Cribyn'( 795 ) in all their Glory - it made me realise that on such a morning I was actually stood in the wrong place .......!!

Line of sight Distance from our location is approx 32 Km ( 20 miles )


After much time of taken the views in - and Meg getting restless - we decided to head back down for home and as we did you could see the visibility starting to deteriorate as the Morning Sun took hold , just time to take this last shot while the shadows were still long !
This view out of the window as I update today ( Mon 26 th ) and has since eased a little - we have had our fair share of coverings in the last few months.I remember just before Xmas thinking whether I would get any chances of some good Snow Photography opportunities !!!
I stopped to catch this crepuscular display on my way home on Friday evening just outside New Radnor , Powys.
My last two pictures were taken during an early morning walk around the Lake at my home town of Llandrindod Wells.From Sunday 18 Th. It had been very Frosty earlier and the Sun having not reached the lower levels had provided a bright blue sky.