The valley under the Corn Du mountain with its grazing sheep


Along National Cycle Route 8 near Merhyr Tydfil - the Brecon Beacons are great for cycling (the NCR 8 is mostly paved, so you don't even need a proper mountain bike)


Locally sourced apple juice in a village cafe


On top of Corn Du


A Welsh garden




The Welsh language (Cymraeg in Welsh) is still an official language in Wales, although only 3-400,000 people still speak it daily


At the foot of Corn Du and Y Gyrn mountains


The forests of the Brecon Beacons


A windy day


Talybont Reservoir - there are several such reservoirs hidden among the mountains of the Brecons


Glacial lake Llyn Cwm Llwch (in Welsh w is pronounced like 'oo' and ll like 'thl' in English)


The steep path leading up to Corn Du


Corn Du in a cloud


British phone booth in the middle of nowhere


Path leading to Pen Milan (visible on the right in the background)


Pontsticill Reservoir


The Corn Du ridge


The river Usk (near Brecon) if a pleasant place for kayaking, cycling and walking


A rare sight: two rivers crossing each other using a viaduct.


On the road in the Brecon Beacons


Mountain sheep


Tourist trails aren't always signposted like this - it's definitely worth taking a map or GPS that has walking trails


Corn Du and its ubiquitous sheep


Outdoor cafe in Aber village


The Llyn Cwm Llwch tarn and the lush valley surrounding the local farms and towns (view from top of Corn Du)

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