Deep Freeze Wales Part III

Llangorse lake winter ice december 2010

Photo: Row boat frozen in ice on Llangorse lake, Brecon Beacons national park, Wales. December 2010

Woke up early this morning to watch the fog at Llangorse lake.  Well, it wasn’t the plan to watch the fog, but that’s about all I was able to see.  I was here yesterday evening, but an unfortunate accident – me breaking through the ice and plunging my leg into some frozen pond – meant I had to go home an warm up instead of waiting for twilight to arrive.  Today, fog.   The temp was only -5º C at 6am, but today is feeling really cold for some reason, even now at noon when it’s only -2º C. I’ll have to wait a few more days before I can head back and try to get the Photos I was looking for.

Llangorse lake winter ice december 2010

Wales winter landscape

Photo: Ground fog over frozen farm field in winter twilight, Llangorse lake, Brecon Beacons national park, Wales.

3 replies
  1. Cody says:

    Yep, back next month. Will definitely have some mountain trips planned, but might have to head to Death Valley/Salton Sea first as I haven’t seen any deserts in a while…

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