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Blaenavon Mountain and Llandegfedd Reservoir

By achieverswales
These are the only ones I kept after Wednesdays shoot, as I stated yesterday too much haze, you can see from these shots the views from this vantage point, worth a visit to see for miles in all directions also for those old enough to remember, the horse Foxhunter is buried here there is a monument. Sir Harry llewellyn won a gold medal in the olympic games in the fifties. Llandegfedd Reservoir is near Pontypool and looks up to the Brecon Beacons, sailing scuba diving and fishing are available, also loads of wildlife.

Tags: Water Grave Sailing Showjumping Scuba Landscape and travel Llandegfedd reservoir Foxhunter Olympics Games

Voters: CarolG, CaroleS, TrevBatWCC and 19 more


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Comments


CarolG Plus
9 193 18 Greece
16 Jul 2011 10:41AM
A lovely countryside image, Trev, well composed and captured. Carol

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CaroleS Plus
5 414 3 United Kingdom
16 Jul 2011 10:49AM
Lovely set of images, especially V4 and V5 for me. Carole
16 Jul 2011 11:22AM
A very nice bit of countryside, nicely captured and presented. Think V4 with the horses has to be my fave Wink
Trev Smile
16 Jul 2011 11:28AM
Good Morning Trevor least you got some captures worth keeping 4/5and 6 stand out for me with V4 being tops would make a great painting for my dining room!!!
Have a good haze free weekend
Graham GrinGrinGrinGrinGrin
Brian65 6 2 United Kingdom
16 Jul 2011 11:36AM
A lovely set Trev, love V4 the horses set it off.
Brian
achieverswales 5 8 101 Wales
16 Jul 2011 11:42AM
Thanks friends.

Regards

Trev.
16 Jul 2011 12:02PM
Great set of images Trev, absolutely love the horses shot, it is superb.

Len
RonnieAG Plus
6 153 116 Scotland
16 Jul 2011 12:33PM
A most attractively compiled set of shots, Trev, with the one with the horses my favourite, closely followed by the landscape in V 5 next.
Ronnie.
Lillian Plus
6 21 17 United Kingdom
16 Jul 2011 12:46PM
Got to say V4 for me, but what a great set..beautiful scenery too
Lillian
EMJAYCEE Plus
7 9 10 England
16 Jul 2011 1:55PM
A grand set Trev with wide open space and a big sky but the horses in V4 grab my attention and click.
franken Plus
13 3.8k 4 Wales
16 Jul 2011 2:50PM
Lovely set Trev. I'm drawn to version 5.


Ken
User_Removed 7 26 2 United States
16 Jul 2011 2:58PM
Lovely series, Trev. My favorite is v5 - mostly, I guess, because I want to be there!!
Christina
JackieB 5 18 3 United Kingdom
16 Jul 2011 5:57PM
Great set of images Trev, I particularly like V4 & 5, beautiful vivid colours, well done.

Thank you so much for your UA, very, very much appreciated.

Jackie
lobski 5 2 1 Philippines
16 Jul 2011 6:20PM
Lovely set of images. V4 & V5 for me!

Fred Grin
achieverswales 5 8 101 Wales
16 Jul 2011 6:36PM
Thanks everyone, Jackie well deserved.

Regards

Trev.
pluckyfilly Plus
9 350 33 United Kingdom
16 Jul 2011 6:43PM
V5 and 4 are my faves today but a good overall set
16 Jul 2011 10:31PM
Lovely set of images,TrevorSmile I was looking at similar views on Dartmoor this afternoon, but it was a bit grey for my liking today.
Mike
Alan_Coles 10 177 11 Wales
17 Jul 2011 9:00AM
An area I know VERY well indeed - having spent most of the last 2 months making trips to the lower part of the Blorenge trying (not very successfully either) to get images of whinchats that come to nest there for the summer.

Good set.

Btw, there is a little secret place (well not so well known) on the Abergavenny side of the mountain called the Punchbowl... a small glacial lake/pond settled in the side of the mountain...now this is a place that deserves a visit at some point. Carry on down the road you have pictued in V2/3 and eventually you will come to a small forest and gate on your left hand side...park up here and the walk to the pond will take abt 10 mins down the path - be warned though it is a bit steep on the way back... couple of shots found on here

Punchbowl by engee

The Punchbowl by Bethan Warburton
achieverswales 5 8 101 Wales
17 Jul 2011 10:21AM
Thanks everyone for comments and votes, Alan will check this out looks good, this is why this site works because people help people.

Regards

Trev.
17 Jul 2011 7:02PM
Trevor, Beautiful skys, wonderful Colours, and a great subject well taken. Eric.

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