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The long and winding road

By geoffrey baker
Taken on a recent trip to the Brecon Beacons National Park, Wales, UK.

I was almost shooting into the Sun here and had to shield my lens with my hat to avoid flare

I'm not sure what this place is called, it's up the valley from Ystradfellte, just past the standing stone called Maen Llia.

Tags: Wales Brecon beacons National park Landscape and travel

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18 Aug 2014 7:44PM
same title as my uploaded shot today but totally different environment......wonderful bucolic landscape captured in fine light, colours & viewpoint Smile

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18 Aug 2014 7:45PM
Now that's a view seldom photographed, Geoff. I'm not sure if the mountain top right is Fan Nedd or Fan LLia / Gyhirych depending on whether Maen LLia was down on the right or the same side of the road. Well-captured!
Alun
18 Aug 2014 8:03PM
Thanks both Smile

Maen Llia was up that road and over the hill to the left, only a few hundred yards away.
19 Aug 2014 2:53AM
A lovely look at a long and windy road.

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