Above the fog

Thursday 15 March 2012, 09:24

Derek Brockway Derek Brockway

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More fog and mist today but in parts of Wales where the sun has poked through there have been some stunning vistas thsi week. Here are a few interesting photos from this week:

Early morning mist over the Llyn Peninsula by Barri Elford.

Early morning mist over the Llyn Peninsula by Barri Elford.

Looking down on Rhondda Fawr by Mike Davies.

Looking down on Rhondda Fawr by Mike Davies.

Vale of Neath from Craig y Llyn by Mike Davies

Vale of Neath from Craig y Llyn by Mike Davies

from Drummau Mountain looking towards Kilvey Hill - Jo Evans.

Taken from Drummau Mountain looking towards Kilvey Hill. A sea mist had rolled in and had obscured all the low lying land leaving just an island in a sea of mist - Jo Evans.

Fog bow by Alan C

I recently witnessed a fog bow (the outer circle) a brocken spectre (my shadow in the light) and a glory (coloured ringed halo) - Alan C

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