|BeenThere-DoneThat||The Unofficial Guide to Great Britain|
|The Black Mountains, Brecknockshire.||Location map|
A view across the Wye Valley from below Hay Bluff. The white blobs on the hillside are of course the inevitable sheep. I would be surprised if anyone could travel to Wales and not see some sheep.
This view is from below Gospel Pass looking North West out over the Wye Valley.
A small road goes through the Gospel pass and leads into the Vale of Ewyas to the South-East.
|Vale of Ewyas.
Looking North along the valley from near Llanthony, towards Capel-y-Ffin and the 1800 feet high Gospel Pass.
The River Honddu flows through this valley but a word of caution if you look for this river on a map. There is another River Honddu which flows through Brecon from the north to join the River Usk. Don't confuse the two!
Photograph: Graham Jackman
|Snowdrops (Galanthus nivalis).
These were in a small village called Llanigon, about two miles South-West of Hay-on-Wye, in mid February.
|All photographs are the copyright © of Barry Samuels unless stated otherwise|