There is nothing more relaxing after a hard day’s gardening, than to sip a glass of red wine whilst processing a photo or two from recent phototreks. The garden in question has been allowed to become a little wild, with over two years growth of brambles and undergrowth to clear. Six hours is enough for one day though but good progress has been made. The photograph here was taken on a visit to Trefil Quarry in South Wales a week or so ago and shows the rugged exposed location within the Brecon Beacons National Park.