All day yesterday I spent in church, well not quite all day, but a good part. Many of the churches in this part of Wales are centuries old, have some great history attached to them, and in some cases have really fantastic stain glass windows. So with the weather predicted to be not so good and changeable it seemed like a good idea to spend some time inside for a change. For anyone wanting to visit North Wales, in the summer months most of the ancient churches are open. If they are not, there’s usually a note saying where you can pick the key up.
So to this weeks photograph. After all that time indoors we decided to cut back across the moors on a minor but more direct route home. This is “big sky” country and you can look across the moors to the mountains of Snowdonia. On a really desolated part of the road we found this abandoned cottage just waiting to be photographed against the background of the blue skies and white clouds. But for me the little splash of yellow from the late daffodils was what drew me in.