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My update this week starts off with a Sunset from Sunday night our best display here in mid-wales I have seen this year - and I almost missed it ! This was a fitting end to what had been one of our best weekends of the year for sunshine.
The foggy mornings and bright sunrises have also given some good displays this week.This one from Thursday morning.



Frosty mornings are not only for photography but a certain team member requires some 'play time' too !!

It may be said that some people get tired of the same old view - well here is one for me that is never the same.The view shows Pen-y-fan in the distance the highest point of the Brecon Beacons.This was taken on sunday morning with the mist in the lower regions still apparent.



Sunday morning gave us a hard frost and some long shadows with the bright early sun.

Another Sunrise from last week.
This week I am testing a new webcam which is located some distance away from the house at higher climbs so giving better views - this means that the webcam this week is going to be a little unpredicable.This view was taken this morning as I returned from locating the equipment at one of the remote locations - trying to set up this kit in complete darkness and thick fog has become a bit of a challenge!

Below some more of the pictures from the past year.Immediately below is one I call 'RADNORSHIRE MIST' and is currently 'photo of the week' at the website 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