We had a little snow overnight, and again this morning and the last rose on Lady of Shalott was looking a bit sorry for itself. My beautiful yellow rose over Tara's grave (she was the dog I had when we arrived here) still has half a dozen (frozen!) buds on it. The roses have appreciated being fed well this summer with David Austin rose feed . . .
Keith and I had a walk up the hill, as it snowed lightly, and although we couldn't see the mountains because of low cloud, there were still some lovely views.
Below: looking across the valley.
Above and below: where we turn around - by the neighbouring farmland at the top of the hill. Atmospheric this morning.
Also by the top of the hill - looking across the pond. Towy Valley hidden in the clouds.
One last quick one - low cloud looking across the valley towards Park.