Its the final day of the 50th Royal Welsh Show today, with attendance this year at a high level.
Yesterday, the show had just over 71,500 visitors - the highest ever daily figure.
Tuesday was the second busiest Tuesday ever, with nearly 64,000 visiting the ground.
The four-day event started brilliantly in fantastic sunshine on Monday when the first day's attendance reached 53,642 - up by 5,000 on same day last year.
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