The Tree Denied

Earlier this year, Mrs H and I grabbed the cameras one evening after work and headed up into the heart of the Brecon Beacons to the National Visitors’ Centre, which enjoys stunning views over to Pen-y-Fan to the east. We had about an hour to make the most of the evening light.

The Visitors’ Centre is set at the edge of Mynydd Illtyd, a gentle rolling moorland common that offers great views over the A470 to Pen-y-Fan to the east. If you are a lover of wide open spaces, it’s a great place to go for an easy amble to relax from the rat race. Scattered around the moorland is the odd tree line, normally fenced off from walkers, making a lovely contrast for visitors.

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