Yesterday was a great day (well, afternoon) of walking with my cousin @thomas_bown.
We were treated to this epic view in the @breconbeacons.
Shortly after I took this, the light flattened out, and much of the rest of our horseshoe walk was less photogenic! I think it could have been whilst taking this shot that we also failed to feel the ground move, despite not being far from the apparent epicentre of the, ahem, 'earthquake' that 'rocked' Wales yesterday.
Yet again I have failed to experience a tremor, despite once or twice having supposedly been in the right spot. I did once, whilst living and working in Kenya for a few months, see the pictures on the wall sway a little, though I didn't feel much at the time. Yesterday not a blade of grass even seemed to have quivered for us. Tom cited his theory that the #breconbeacons
are like a giant jelly, which thus absorbed the tremors. So there you go, that must explain it...