We were standing at Brecon Militaria Fair yesterday. I took a break and had a walk along the Brecon canal. This beautiful garden (lots of Aquilegias) is by a little bridge over the canal. This photo, btw, took FOURTEEN MINUTES to load. Are you listening, BT?
Isn't this pretty? There is a busy road the other side of it, which leads from the by-pass into Brecon, but I dare say the quiet canalside at the backmakes up for that.
A view of the allotments, which were all neat and tidy and folk busy working on them.
Isn't this a lovely spot? The pink cottage is just the other side of that bridge. A family had hired a little boat and a lad of about 9 or so was having his first chance to "drive" it! Much hilarity. I couldn't help thinking, this is how children should be brought up.
A couple of shots along the canal basin and just leaving it. For some reason the photos got loaded last-first, so I have foolishly loaded them in the same way.
Water Wagtail on the tow path. I've always loved Wagtails (Polly Dishwashers my mum used to call them). We have these about the place sometimes, but I wish they wouldn't come near our ponds because of our cats.
A last one of the allotments - taken because those yellow Lupins looked splendid.