The weather here continues to be amazing.
With glorious days, lots of sunshine (no coats needed).
And clear, clear sky – meaning the night-time temperatures drop to about -7c
The plants are confused – but I’m happy
Long day, tired to-night.
However, this view from the garden
is why I like living on the West Coast.
Don’t forget – do feel free to leave a caption on yesterdays picture.
And the sun is only just setting after a glorious March day.
Dydd Gwyl Dewi Dedwydd – Happy St David’s Day to you
Sunshine and showers, and the days are getting a little bit longer, what a joy.
I wont be posting for a little while – Shedman and I have gone down with a horrid post Christmas bug, him first, me to-day.
I wanted this blog to be what I was up to “on the day” obviously this picture is from the 3rd January 2009. I did attempt some photos to-day, I couldn’t manage to hold the camera steady, and didn’t have enough energy to sort out the tripod.
(sigh, cough, snuffle, grump)
Bitingly cold to-day, and grey. Although we walked today – it was so dark, that only a few of the pictures that I took came out, and they are destined for my other blog. So I have treated myself to another shot from yesterdays sunset.
A view of the mountains and the sand dunes after the sun had set.
Grey days in January are the pits.
Oh Yes … I am afraid it is!
We have really had the most wonderful weather for the past three weeks. Although cold – it has certainly been down to -5 c a couple of time during the night. The days have been glorious. Clear sky, sunshine during the day, no wind and no rain.
It has certainly made up for the dire summer – which I really hope will not be repeated this year.
Visiting family in another part of Wales to-day, and I have a fascination with the wind farms that are becoming part of our skyline.
To me they seem as if they are standing sentinel over the landscape
I see dancing women – what do you see in the trees at Sunset?
The joy of living on the West coast, is the wonderful sunsets.