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Rising high in the hills of mid Wales the mighty River Usk accompanied by the majestic River Wye wind their way towards the Black Mountains at that point they are parted by the defiance of the hills. The Usk fights its way through the … Continue reading
Tagged Abergavenny, black mountains, Crickhowell, dragons breath, hay on wye, hereford, river usk, river Wye, usk, wales, Wye
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Standing alone the Skirrid mountain or Holly mountain provides countless opportunities for the keen photographer. The sun rises on the east side of this hill giving perfect light and spectacular views of the black mountains whilst the west side is home to ancient … Continue reading
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There’s a wonderful new tour guide in the Brecon Beacons that allows visitors to learn and discover about the historic geology in the area. GeoWorld Travel offers guided geological walks throughout the Brecon Beacons National Park and the Fforest Fawr … Continue reading
Tagged brecon beacons, Brecon Beacons National Park, Earth history, Fforest Fawr, Fforest Fawr Geopark, Fforest Fawr Geopark Festival, geological, geopark, GeoWorld Travel, hay literature festival, Hay Walking Festival, Ice Age, James Cresswell, Kington Walking Festival, National Park, The Ordovician period, The Silurian period, wales
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Here’s something sent in to us by Ryan Cook, it’s a lovely story so do have a read. Legend has it that Llyn Cwm Llwch lake situated in the Brecon Beacons has an enchanted island, accessible only on May Day, … Continue reading
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Twenty unique world-class Welsh artists will be under one ancient barn roof, late May in Abergavenny! The Brecon Beacons is very proud to be hosting some of Wales’ most famous artists in Abergavenny. Five-Ways Art is presenting their annual summer collection … Continue reading
Tagged brecon beacons, contemporary art, contemporary Welsh art, exhibition, Five-Ways Art, Gelliwelltog, May art exhibitions, Patrishow, sugar loaf mountain, wales, welsh artists
Here’s a blog about Llangorse Lake by Simon Powell from Black Mountains Photography. “A legacy left behind from the last ice age trapped by the deposits from the great glacial fields. Its waters provided the key essentials to the early neolithic settlers of … Continue reading
With the weather expected to become a little bit warmer very soon, we thought we’d get an update from Gliffaes Hotel on how their garden has come along this February. So here’s a quick update from Susie Suter, from Gliffaes. “You … Continue reading
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Tagged flowers, gliffaes hotel, great hotel gardens, hotel gardens, national flower, nature, plants, spring bulbs, wales in spring, welsh flowers spring
Dan Santillo, who was recently commended and won a place in this year’s ‘Landscape Photographer of the Year 2012′ book by the Royal Photographic Society for a photo of the Brecon Beacons, is a professional photographer based in Pontardawe in … Continue reading
Still deciding on the perfect picture to put on the front of your Christmas cards this year? Why not make sure the festive season really starts with a bang by fronting your Christmas cards with some original photography by a … Continue reading