As I suspected, yesterday’s unusual low was a random wossname, and I’m back up today. But I’m still lighter than before I went to Wales, so it’s not all bad.
The weather forecast for today was for serious rain, so I planned to stay in and get the washing done, which is exactly what I’ve done. The only excitement of the day so far was a special delivery of wine which arrived at work while I’ve been on holiday. 
According to some reports, the serious rain has moved off to other parts of the country, so we’re just getting some moderately humorous rain instead. But it’s been dull, grey and damp all day, so staying in seems to have been the best option.
Today’s picture came as a surprise to me. We’d stopped at Barmouth, where I took a few shots of the well-known bridge. As we moved off, I noticed a train passing, and thought that it was a shame that we hadn’t been there at the right time for me to catch it, and add a bit of interest to the pictures. Well, that was until I looked more closely, and realised that I’d caught the train without actually noticing it at the time. So here it is:
Shutter speed: 1/500s
Focal length: 90mm
Location: 52° 43.2663′ 0″ N 4° 2.2566′ 0″ W
Taken: 27 June, 2012
 Thanks Aaron
 Err, I think that’s what they said
 Warning: don’t do that in real life, you could end up somewhere you don’t want to be