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  • MJ224
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    Originally posted by OM USer View Post
    I like the shot of the rain.

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  • OM USer
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    I like the shot of the rain.

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  • pandora
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    Originally posted by MJ224 View Post
    I must remember to smile next time...
    I am hugely impressed, Mark - now there's a face that launched a thousand yachts!

    Originally posted by MJ224 View Post
    Not too sure what legend was born here Mark, But a legend did walk up and down the mountain today.....(moi)
    Well aside from him, justly claimed, Messrs Thomas and Burton spring to mind! https://binged.it/35glhMA

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  • Ross the fiddler
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    It's lovely to see all those Mark. Never mind not smiling. At least you weren't biting your tongue while concentrating (like some people might).

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  • MJ224
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    Originally posted by griffljg View Post
    I think that I am a bit too much of a sub-tropical plant to consider making use of that "bathing pool".
    Ah come on. Nothing like a cool pool, with the eels nipping your bits....

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    These images impart a deep sense of mystery, a land where legends are born!
    Not too sure what legend was born here Mark, But a legend did walk up and down the mountain today.....(moi)

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  • pandora
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    These images impart a deep sense of mystery, a land where legends are born!

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  • MJ224
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    Wet day at the office


    Probably why the smile was lost...

    by Mark Johnson, on Flickr



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  • MJ224
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    Going down hill............


    I must remember to smile next time...

    by Mark Johnson, on Flickr

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  • griffljg
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    I think that I am a bit too much of a sub-tropical plant to consider making use of that "bathing pool".

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  • MJ224
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  • MJ224
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    Thanks Larry. Its quite accessible if you park on a roadside opening, nearest the lake. Its about 1.5 miles from there, with a couple of hundred metres climb. This area is the western part of the Brecon Beacons, which is far less popular than the eastern end.

    The mountain behind the lake is also quite walkable, but not for me now. Used to walk them in the mid nineties...……... There is also a Llyn y Fan Fach a mile of two away...

    Another panorama attached...……..

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  • griffljg
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    Lovely photo Mark. I was sitting back admiring it when I called up Google Maps to see where it is, as I was wondering how I missed it during my wander through Wales in 2016.

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