Helen (heleninwales) wrote,

Misty view

26/30 for my photo-a-day in November challenge

Following up from yesterday's post about having to visit people when what I really wanted was a quiet day to work on my Aberystwyth video, I printed off another copy of the local Quaker meeting accounts and, despite the rain, decided to walk up to M's house. It was actually quite pleasant, even though it was drizzling, but I was dry under the umbrella and I did another Spanish challenge as I walked.

M signed the accounts again and I chatted with S her carer and admired the new dog, which was a rescue from Romania. Autumn (the dog) is lovely and very calm, especially considering she is only 5 months old and has had huge changes in her life.

I declined the suggestion of a cup of tea and after a brief chat, I set off back down the hill. It's interesting how just walking in a different direction gives you a different viewpoint on something that I only photographed on Sunday when I took photos on the way up to M's house.

The town and the mountain are hidden in the mist.

Misty view

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