If any of you anywhere in the world could send me some photos of how your ‘neck of the woods’ is looking at Christmas, I’ll post them here for all to see. This is the first from Japan. By the way Scotland is still very cold and cloaked in snow and ice.
It is fine in this afternoon.
I was watching the moon descending upon Mt Iwaki-san several hours ago before the eclipse which could be observed from 15:32 to 19:02 in Japan this evening.
Frosty Holly in the Mendips
This taken from a wintry Mendips in Somerset. Not a mountain, but very festive for xmas.
Sunrise over West Face of Aonach Dubh, Glen Coe today.
Thanks to Spike Sellers for this photo above taken this morning on his way to the Aonach Eagach. We now have a big temperature inversion blanketing the area and it is a superb day.
Here is one from South Wales, north face Pen-y-Fan for your xmas collection.
Aonach Eagach today
Thanks to Spike Sellers for this photo taken today in Glen Coe.
Hi Alan, Some pics from Donegal.
From Bren Whelan in the ‘Emerald Isle’
Looking across the Red Tarn Face of Helvellyn
Here’s one from the Cumbrian Fells today. Looking across the Red Tarn Face of Helvellyn.
Nevis and Mamores 22nd December
Sunset 22nd December in Fort William
Aonach Mor East Face 22nd December
Today in Fort William (22nd December) it is extremely cold and clear.
Mixed Clay climbing
Wishing you a Merry Christmas from Denmark!
Attached is a picture of myself “mixed climbing” in a clay quarry on the small island of Fur in Denmark on the 20th of December. It was -10 degrees – which it has been here for over a month and will be for some time to come according to the forecasts.
Weather Outlook for next 14 days