Photo: These are some falls along the road on the way to my dentist. I don't actually head this way very often, but the times I have, always noticed them and meant to stop. So gave myself some extra time before appt to stop! This was in Oct I think, had been hoping would be fall-like, but as you see, still very green!
Photo: I could really use another sunset like this one. Near Capel Curig
Photo: Another from Thursday in the farmlands behind my house. Had woken up at 7am, looked out the window, saw all the snow was still there (was afraid it would rain overnight) and saw there was a sunrise to be had to boot. So said to myself...oh ok, I'll get up and out! The road hadn't been plowed, so was loaded with snow, so opted for the farmland surrounding me up here in the hills. Am about 300 meters/900 feet up, so a good chance of snow up here, but just hadn't had any all winter. I did do a bit of sledding the day before as well! Tried to convince my daughter to do some midnight sledding, as was a full moon so could see fine...she wasn't so keen though sadly! Main shame to me for the photos, is the farms' fence posts are all too nice and new! haha

Thanks much for looking
Photo: Finally got some winter!! This was last Thursday. Snowed all night Tuesday and all day Wednesday...must have had about a foot of snow at my house... finally I said!! I got out for a sunrise Thursday morning...hard for me, but knew it was going to surely be my last chance for snow this winter. Later headed here to Tryfan. Didn't trek far as was quite deep, stepping knee deep in places, so didn't try to get up the hill along either the streams I like. But the rocks and snow was well enough I suppose and along Llyn Ogwen, was just chuffed to bits to have some snow!

I felt a bit guilty knowing +Steve Gill was hoping for snow while he was out last month :(

Thanks for looking and hope everyone's well
Photo: Hello!

I have had a chance to re-take the image of Llynon Mill on Anglesey, with star trails from a few months ago that came out a bit too bright on the windmill and foggy from moisture. looked like one of the spotlights was out, which helped immensly to keep the windmill from being so bright (No, I swear I didn't sneak in a break it! Was that way when I got there!!). I still used my .75 soft ND grad upside down, as would have been still much too bright for straight imaging. Wasn't humid either, so really good conditions. Have made up for the annoyingly clear skies all week! Lovely to relax about in, but no better for landscapes than all the grey weather we've had otherwise! Did get ok sunset on the day with the haze in the distance giving a nice big, red sun though.

Anyway, new and improved, Llynon Mill with star trails.

Cheers all and thanks for looking and your feedback.
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Another from Thursday in the farmlands behind my house. Had woken up at 7am, looked out the window, saw all the snow was still there (was afraid it would rain overnight) and saw there was a sunrise to be had to boot. So said to myself...oh ok, I'll get up and out! The road hadn't been plowed, so was loaded with snow, so opted for the farmland surrounding me up here in the hills. Am about 300 meters/900 feet up, so a good chance of snow up here, but just hadn't had any all winter. I did do a bit of sledding the day before as well! Tried to convince my daughter to do some midnight sledding, as was a full moon so could see fine...she wasn't so keen though sadly! Main shame to me for the photos, is the farms' fence posts are all too nice and new! haha

Thanks much for looking

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