Our talented RDN photographer Mike Davies, or Abergarwed boy as he still likes to call himself, captured this stunning shot of the moon juxtaposed with an image of Neath town clock recently. Mike says it was named a Beaver Moon by the American Indians, because it appeared as winter approached and helped them to hunt in fading light.
Mike has been in the spotlight himself recently. He is a B.B.C Weather Watcher and he was chosen as our Welsh representative in a programme to celebrate the Weather Watchers 2nd anniversary. Well done Mike!
This is part of the letter he received from the B.B.C programme makers:
“Mike has been a regular weather watcher for 2 years although he has been involved with the BBC for over 10 years, we like Mike’s work and every photo tells a story of whatever the weather is like in his part of WalesOther candidates chosen were from Aberdeen, Northern Ireland, England and the West Country”
The producers came down from London to talk to him and Mike gave them a guided tour of our area