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this is the view north to our main objective, Pen Y Fan, the table top like summit on the right hand side in the background. The type of vast open space created by this valley is very impressive and quite different to anywhere else.
This is the highest point in Southern Britain at 2907ft (886m) high. It's twin, Corn Du to it's left, is 2864ft high (873m).
Very similar in shape and height, this summit is Pen y Fan's twin. Rather than treating them as separate summits, it's more appropriate to think of them a single twin-peaked summit, as they were in the past.
Unfortunately, the nearer we got to the main summits, the more people we encountered, which is to be expected on a bank holiday i suppose..
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- [2007-04-11 17:02]
Hi Paul .This one I like.Grat compostion. A great feel of the out doors.good colour and detail in the sky.TFs
- [2007-04-11 19:47]
bellos y increible escenario,
realmente genial amigo...
buen disparo y pov,
These just keep getting better.. looks like you had an adventure and a half. As the shots before composition, colours and focus are all magnificent.
- [2007-04-12 22:15]
Don't know how I missed this, but this is great nice composition and neat country, like the ridge and the colors very much.