Snowy Pontardawe

The exhibition went quite well, but Sunday wasn’t great as only about 8 people came in – Friday and Saturday were fairly busy though. I’ve now sold out of the Brecon Beacons calendars! There are still a few Saltash ones and Gower ones left though.

 

It snowed last night so I went out at 5am to photograph the Christmas lights in the snow. I quite like driving in the snow as it requires skill that isn’t normally used. However, some drivers drive very dangerously – this morning I was driving on slush, ice and virgin snow so was trundling along at 15mph – it was uphill too and in a 30mph limit, so my speed was just about right for the conditions. A car sized van was driving so close behind that I couldn’t see his headlights! In ice and snow! It was 5:30am! People like that cause accidents and are a large part of the reason why Britain grinds to a halt when it snows. Anyway, rant over, here is a photo from this morning:

Pontardawe Christmas Lights in the Snow (Canon EOS 5D Mk II)

Pontardawe Christmas Lights in the Snow (Canon EOS 5D Mk II)

Later on, I went out for a walk with Willow in the push chair to take some more photos. I would have processed more if it wasn’t that my Work in Progress is dying and I spent ages trying to sort it out. Here’s Pontardawe from the hill towards Alltwen.

Pontardawe in the Snow (Canon EOS 5D Mk II)

Pontardawe in the Snow (Canon EOS 5D Mk II)

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