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Cadair Idris

Cadair Idris by Helen in Wales
Cadair Idris, a photo by Helen in Wales on Flickr.

1/52 for the 2014 Weekly Alphabet Challenge

This week's theme was: A is for Aftermath

It's not been pleasant, or even safe, to go out into the storms this week, and the nearby town of Barmouth has taken a battering with waves coming right over the harbour wall. But finally the wind and rain died down and I took a slight detour on the way to the Co-op and snapped this at Llanelltyd.

The "pond" is the aftermath of the flooding and shouldn't be there. Rather a feeble "aftermath", I admit, compared to a lot of what I've seen online, but it was the coast getting the brunt of the weather, not my town which is a few miles inland. The bottom of our garden didn't even flood and it does that regularly in the winter.

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