Thursday, 26 November 2020

Brecons in the Distance

 

These were taken a few weeks ago when my Wife & I went to our caravan in Wales just before the lockdown they had. On the way up hill to a village called Bwlch we had to stop at traffic lights because of road resurfaceing. I looked out the side window and took in this view. Well my phone was in easy reach so I took a photo the realised there was a shrub in the way.

I managed to seek a couple of foot forward and stopped then too another shot of the view, this time it looked better. Just a pity I could not get out and go to the fence 

You are looking towards the Brecon Beacons and I think the high part is Pen Cerrig-calch


 

We had a last walk when we got to our destination and the cows just watched us go past

Happy Skywatch
 


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    1. It was just a pity I could not appreciate it more

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  2. That's quite a view, I have no idea how to pronounce those words sorry.

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  3. My partner and I hiked in those hills a few years ago with the Holiday Fellowship group. Lovely, lovely area!

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    1. You are one up on me though I have wandered some hills near Builth

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  4. Gorgeous countryside. The cows make me smile!

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    1. Cows always make you smile, especially when they come over to say hellow

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    1. It is though would have been nicer if it was sunny

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  6. What a beautiful view! I remember taking a train through Wales and being awestruck by the beauty.

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  7. Very beautiful photos. I like the cows!

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  8. My husband's people are from Wales. I often wonder about Wales.

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