Well, if it isn't photoshopped, I reckon the man had a very strong filter on his lens. :shock:Digit":1t7pg3b8 said:No woodaxed, it isn't. The coldest weather this winter has been minus 2, we have had no drought, we have had no snow and a lovely warm sunny spring! (Gloat over!)
Hmm,Digit":gpdtcwgv said:The colours may be enhanced Gordon or it might be the printing/copying procedures, but I think you get the idea. According to my outside thermometer it is currently 15 degrees, I'm in shirt sleeves.
Woodaxed lives in Berkshire, I lived in a village in the Lambourn Valley and it's a cold county!
We have had Geraniums, Fuschias etc out doors over winter and most have survived with just the protection of a hedge.
I always knew Wales was a dangerous place 8)Digit":dol82k25 said:Temperatures here can be very misleading Gordon, thermometers of course read air temp, but the air here is clean off the Atlantic with no dust etc so the sun shine can be very hot despite the thermomenter showing only 15 degrees.
Each year this catches tourists out, with the result that many suffer serious sun burn.
I only know the valleys and the north coast - we used to holiday there quite a lot. A friend, who has a house here, lives in Barmouth which is not a million miles away from you - that certainly seems a pretty good place to live. The only thing I miss living here is the sea. The nearest bit to us looks like a bad English seaside postcard.Digit":1avdfzo8 said:Spectacular! Would I be correct in saying that that is Limestone country?
This is my view looking south..
http://www.visitpembrokeshire.com/picvi ... e_id=10101
http://www.visitpembrokeshire.com/picvi ... e_id=10102
and I live about 3 miles from the sea...
http://www.cardiganshirecoastandcountry ... an-bay.php
...the sea is to my west.
Nah! When I stayed in Narberth it was just like that on a Sunny day! Honest.woodaxed":2k5qe42s said:Photoshopped