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Last night the weather forecast for my part of the world warned of snow showers settling on high ground. Now when they say high ground that usually means no closer than the Brecon Beacons which are over 2,000 feet+ high So I just ignored it. What they didn't say , or more likely what I missed was it would be moving up from the south. When I got up this morning the mountain behind me looked like this
But nothing on the hill or gardens.

I took Losyn to the Sirhowy walk thins morning, which is south of me and the ammount of snow increased.
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Thankfully there was none on the walk itself. It was bitterly cold though and Jack Frost had been having fun with the puddles.

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I curled up in front of the computer of the computer when I got home and haven't left the warmth of my living room since. There has been no sign of a thaw on the mountain so I imagine it is freezing out there still.

I hope these pictures help you cool down when you get back from your holiday vilakins. I would gladly take some of your heat and humidity, I am so fed up with winter.
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For the first time in what feels like months it was a nice bright sunshiney day on a day it was my turn to walk Losyn, so I chose the Sirhwy walk and took my camera with me in the hope that the weekend's gale force winds Hadn't destroyed the Autumn colour. I was lucky, although some trees were stripped bare others were untouched and gloriously cloured while stil others had the the deep green of summer as their dress.
Shown. in order of my seeing them


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