Brecon Beacons, Wales
Photos and text by Jonathan
These photos were taken on a short (but wet) trip to the Brecon Beacons with the Cambridge University Hill Walking Club (CUHWC). We did a 30-35km walk across Black Mountain one day.. with lots of hail and thunder followed by a cruisy waterfalls walk. The fresh rain brought the forest and waterfalls to life. Although not that high, and arguably not very spectacular, I thought the Brecon Beacons were a great place with a special quality of light and a sense of space and remoteness..
The following weekend I returned to the Beacons... but this time underground with the caving club!
Commence slide show by clicking on the below - or click on any of the small pictures!
|Traversing Black Mountain (30k)|
|Black Mountain - in the limestone region (53k)||Reservoir, Northwest Brecon Beacons (39k)|
|On the waterfalls walk after early morning rain (62k)||More waterfalls! (54k)|
|Bluffs characteristic of the Beacons (37k)||Country road, northern Brecon Beacons (32k)|
|Limestone rapids (51k)||On the tops of the Brecon Beacons (55k)|
|Wild horses on Black Mountain (29k)|
|Follow the leader... (36k)||Yet more waterfalls! (54k)|
|Life under the Brecon Beacons!|