Christmas in Brecon

In the morning: Out side -frozen mist. Inside – children crawling and running.

A brown flood pours down the valley.

Roman legionaries marched along this swollen river soon after Christ died – eager for Welsh copper and gold.

The Beacons lie on the horizon, their tops lit by bright snow.

In the afternoon: A small boy, pushed in a wheelbarrow, races around his garden – startling robins and blackbirds.

Time for a mince pie.

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2 Responses to Christmas in Brecon

  1. Judy says:

    This is lovely! Lots of Christmas love for you WillMaxRob xx

  2. Andrea Burton says:

    Hi Will, Beautiful photo. The Brecons look great – hope you had a good time.
    Andrea.

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