The still waters of an upland tarn reflect the resident pine trunks and the distant Beacons Wild ponies on Fan Dringarth with Corn Du and Pen y Fan on the eastern horizon. The same obliging ponies posing with Fan Hir and Fan Brycheiniog in the distant west The white-washed church at Llanfilo with the Black Mountains in the distance Winter wonderland in the Senni Valley The Senni valley  seen from the spot known locally as Talybont Reservoir from Pen rhiw-calch Picws Du towers above with a strange pile of stones providing foreground interest The pink glow of a winter The frost remains  all day on the north east face of Craig Cerrig-gleisiad whilst the familiar twin peaks of Pen y Fan and Corn Du are bathed in sunlight.   Y Gyrn lies centrally between them. Pen y Fan from Llandefalle Common Eric takes a breather on Fan Dringarth overlooking the Ystradfellte Reservoir Layered hills lead the eye from the slopes of Fan Brycheiniog to the setting sun over a distant Swansea Bay Fan Foel and Eric bags another peak! The peaks peeking behind his peaked ears are Corn Du and Pen y Fan with Fan Gyhirych on the right of the frame Low cloud on a bright autumnal morning at Craig Cerrig -gleisiad Llyn y Fan Fach nestles beneath the curving ridge of Bannau Sir Gar Eric surveys the scene north-west of Sugar Loaf Eric on Tor y Foel with Sugar Loaf mountain in the distance Two rocks and two peaks twixt two trees. (the Beacons from near Penderyn) An opportune break in the cloud and mist on Pen Allt-mawr reveals Mynydd Troed in Autumn Livery. Same day and another window in the mist enveloping Mynydd Llysiau reveals a sunbathed Grwyne Fechan Valley Clouds gather over Fan Hir and Fan Brycheiniog whilst the Cray Reservoir catches the early morning sunlight. Castell Carreg Cennen, nr Trapp Cwm Llanwenarth and Sugar Loaf from Pen-ffordd-goch Craig y Fan, Waun Rydd and Talybont Reservoir from Pen  Rhiw-calch An autumn day walk along the banks of the Nedd Fechan, Pontneddfechan. A frosty December morning looking out to Sugar Loaf from Llangynidr Mountain A spindly hawthorn struggles to survive in the rocky and widswept environs of Ogof Ffynnon Ddu and Pant Mawr, nr Penwyllt. The long ridge of Fan Hir stretches away to the north-west A mountain tarn reflects an azure sky near Craig Cerrig-gleisiad. Fan Gyhirych, Fan Hir and Fan Brycheiniog stretch from left to right on the horizon A young Holly tree survives in an unlikely place. Oh for a carpet of snow and a robin! A tiny mountain tarn leads the eye to the snow dusted  peaks of the Black Mountains