My walk was across the bridge and along by the river, trying to get some slightly different angles. I even climbed off the road onto the riverbank where I could (though it slopes towards the river a bit!)
This is where I climbed down onto the bank. It was worth it.
Then a left turn up past Eisteddfa Farm, where this looked like a metal Praying Mantis!
View across the Towy Valley.
Primroses. Less about this year - less Celendines too, perhaps due to the hot summer last year.
A long distance shot across our valley - what a view that farmhouse has.
The Italianate tower that is all that remains of Pantglas mansion.
The river glissading over the stones.
The work in the garden is coming on slowly. I try not to work too long in one position, so it's a bit of weeding and dragging grass and ivy out from between the currant bushes (much stretching involved) and then some sweeping in the yard, then a little digging in the veg plot. I've cleared most of the fallen twigs and bits of dead wood from the rambler roses - it took 3 wheelbarrow-fulls though! It would be good if it kept dry a bit longer, even if it cools down, but it looks like we will have some rain on Thursday. Drat.