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Llyn Clywedog evening light

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Llyn Clywedog evening light
Llanidloes, Powys, Wales
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Our family stayed for several days near Dolydd, on the south western edge of Llyn Clywedog reservoir. On our first evening at Dolydd I wandered out with my camera as the sun was going down. I caught this view with the low sun casting a reddish glow over a deforested area on the shore of the reservoir.

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