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Mynydd Llangorse from Mynydd Troed Sunset

I find that there’s always a lot of procrastination that goes with photography. Shall I go out this evening? Shall I stay in with the family? What if the light is really good? What if it’s just cloudy? What if the forecast is wrong? (It normally is!) What if it’s a wasted trip? What if tonight is the night I take my best photo ever? I went through most of those questions and more on ……

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Pen Allt-mawr from Pen Cerrig-calch

On Monday I went for a walk near Crickhowell to explore new territory. The weather a overcast with sunny spells and warm without too much wind, which made a nice change. I took several photos but this panorama is the only one that really worked. You can click on it to view a larger version.

Pen Allt-mawr from Pen Cerrig-calch, Brecon ……

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The Black Mountains

The Black Mountains are the furthest of the Brecon Beacons ranges from me so I rarely go there. I didn’t go there this time either, but I used my long lens to capture Sugar Loaf at sunset. I had gone to photograph Pen y Fan and Corn Du, but it was shrouded in persistent cloud.

Sugar Loaf

Pen Allt-mawr and Pen Cerrig-calch ……

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