Firstly, hooray - Wales beat England for the first time in years in the Six Nations, shame the match was so flaming boring I ended up not really giving a shit and will spend no more time mentioning it as I know we will not see the end of it for the next decade (how many times have we seen the winning Scott Gibbs try from the last victory since?)
I do love match days though, ten minutes before kick-off the streets empty and a calm quiet descends on the streets of Wales. I had to get some stuff so I took the opportunity to snap the sunset as I rushed to the shop to get back in time for the match. Some nice colours to see, but little else really.
And last weekend we took a trip to Aberdare in the search for a new house and lifestyle (we failed to find it) - didn't have time to take any photos but got back to Cardiff and took these delightful ripples above Tewkesbury Street in Cathays.
I love the streets in Cathays, so much so this very street inspired the Barrow Boy short story. They are long and very much on top of each other the streets - I should get more snaps down there sometime.
Oh yes, and did I mention we beat England in the rugby?
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