Top 5 Places to Take a Good Photo in Brecon Beacons

The Brecon Beacons is a perfect place for trigger happy snappers, professional or amateur it doesn’t really matter.  

With so many diverse scenes from a UNESCO geopark,  magnificent mountains, jaw dropping valleys and plenty of waterfalls you’re almost guaranteed to get at least one memorable picture.

So we asked local guide Kevin Walker, the man who spends more time roaming the National Park than being indoors to give us his top 5 places to get a good photo…. Here’s what he came up with….

Number 5 – Central Beacons from Fan y Big. Click for info on walk.

ALL PHOTOS COPYRIGHT © to Kevin Walker

Number 4 – On the Cat’s Back, eastern Black Mountains. Click here for walk.

ALL PHOTOS COPYRIGHT © to Kevin Walker.

Number 3 – The magnificent Llangattock Escarpment overlooking Crickhowell. Click here for walk.

ALL PHOTOS COPYRIGHT © to Kevin Walker.

 Number 2 – Llyn y Fan Fawr, Black Mountain (Carmarthen Fan), click here for walk.

ALL PHOTOS COPYRIGHT © to Kevin Walker.

 Number 1 – Sgwd Clun Gwyn Isaf, Afon Mellte, Waterfall Country.

If you’d like to learn how to take better photos in the Brecon Beacons National Park than how about trying out a photography course with Will Lewis.

Photography Tuition offers an exciting range of photography courses in the magnificent Brecon Beacons and mid Wales.
The courses are suitable for everyone – from beginners to enthusiasts and advanced photographers.
The aim of the courses is to improve your camera skills and move you on to the next level, at your pace.
Tuition is available all year round. From ½ day upwards. Short notice availability possible.  SPECIAL OFFER: quote BBT and get £10 off!

Or for a guided tour or learning experience Kevin Walker offers a great range of activities.

For all other activities in the Brecon Beacons visit the Brecon Beacons Tourism page for great accommodation click here.

 

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2 Responses to Top 5 Places to Take a Good Photo in Brecon Beacons

  1. Mark Everson says:

    Good suggestions. Surely the view from Picws Du to Llyn y Fan Fach should be included? I also like the view of the Sugarloaf from Pen Twyn Glas, and Pen Y Fan, Cribin and Corn Du from the north.

  2. Lovely photos. I would add in no particular order: Llanthony Priory, Llanthony Valley, Gospel Pass (Hay Bluff), Fan Hir (looking back to Central Beacons) Llangorse Lake from Mynydd Llangorse and Y Grib in the Rhiangoll valley. The list is endless by then the beauty of the Beacons is infinite.

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