Brecon Beacons Landscape Photography Diary…13th December The Gaer in Black

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The ” month of mono ” exercise is reaching its halfway point and we cross over the valley from Cwmyoy and the Graig  to stand on top of the largest Bronze age hill fort of the Black Mountains and the big sister to Pen Twyn Hill fort. Whilst awaiting the sunrise my eye is caught by a scar on the landscape that tells a story of shaping of the hills and the history that awaits all those who are prepared to ” grab your camera and head for the hills”. My mission to photosphere the entire mountain range continues and another three photosphere’s are completed and connected to the other side of the valley and the Graig on Hatterrall Hill.

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