Managed to get out fleetingly on the Bank Holiday all the way up towards Cardigan. The clouds were lovely, even spotted an anvil first thing in the morning. Dad and I were seeking the spot that had recently been confirmed as providing the Bluestone thats found in Stonehenge. When we got there, I wondered how they’d even got the stuff out as the hill either side of the valley was a 16% gradient, even now.
Lovely spot though, with a ford at the bottom and a charming little cottage occupied by the local policeman. What a place to unwind after a day on the beat. That card is full now, so once I’ve exported it to the PC, I’ll post an image or two.
For now, I had a recent storm on another card and thought I’d post a gorgeous updraft cloud I saw. You can almost feel the power in the wind sculting the curves in the upper shelf. Lovely.