As you can see, we had a lot of rain overnight on Wednesday into Thursday. The river rose significantly and if you fell in, you would be in Carmarthen Bay in double-quick time!
This is my favourite photo-spot along the river and you can see how high up the river sides it is.
The remains of the tiny cottage where a widow-woman once lived in the 1840s. She earned her living by charring (rough cleaning) in neighbouring farmsteads. I always imagine her falling asleep to the sound of the river.
You can just about see the tiny fireplace in the back wall.
One of my best close-up shots - taken on Scenes (Action setting!!) Well, it was a bit windy . . .
Sunshine on the lane going home.
Danny has gone home to his digs today. He is in the process of changing Dr's surgeries, and is going to have some mates round tonight to cheer him up - I sent him home with a tray bake of Chocolate Raspberry Brownies.
Off to try and sort out my lace as I screwed-up about an inch back and left out a pin, which is fairly dire to the results!