30.A Black and White shot of PYF and Corn Du from Craig Cerrig Gleisiad 46.The Neuadd, Pentwyn and Pontsticill reservoirs from the PYF saddle 45.Looking east beyond Cribyn towards Llyn Syfaddan and the Black Mountains 44.The last few metres before the summit of Corn Du 43.Looking west from PYF beyond Corn Du to Bannau Sir Gar 42.A wintry scene looking west from Fan Fawr towards Bannau Sir Gar 41.A hiking couple descend from the peaks to enjoy a cooling swim in the lake 40.The breeze abates  allowing a momentary reflection of PYF and Corn Du on the lake 39.Corn Du  dominates in this view albeit as a result of optical illusion 38.The corrie lake, Llyn Llwch, nestles below the Beacons 37.Yet another shot from the approach to the mountains near Cwm Llwch farm 36.Another shot from the Cwm Llwch approach to PYF 35.A farm track leads the way from Cwm Llwch to the Beacons 34.A field of rape draws the eye toward the familiar PYF saddle 33.This time an old red sandstone outcrop provides the foreground interest for a similar view 32.Eric does a spot of sheep counting on Craig Gwaun Taf. Corn Du, PYF and Cribyn stretch out beyond him 31.Find a spot and 29.The twin peaks viewed from Craig Cerrig Gleisiad 28.Same location, different composition, sans Eric 27.The tricky scramble was worth the effort to get this view of the peaks from CCGleisiad 26.A sepia treatment on this occasion 25.A mono conversion of the last image 24.PYF and Corn Du from the CCGleisiad ridge 23.A B&W conversion of the previous shot 22.PYF and Corn Du beneath dramatic skies from CCGleisiad 21.A winding lane leads into another distant view of the Beacons 20.The PYF range from Llandefalle(sepia) 19.A mono shot of the PYF range from Llandefalle 18.The same ponies pose for a view east towards Bannau Sir Gar 17.Ponies form an attractive foreground for another view of the hills from Fan Llia 16.A summer 15.A Beacons 14.Fan y Big from Craig Cwm Oergwm with the shapely form of Cribyn behind and PYF and CornDu in the rear 13.Craig Cwm Cynwyn leads the way from Fan y Big  on towards Cribyn, PYF and Corn Du 12.PYF dominates the view from Cribyn with Corn Du tucked in behind 11.PYF and Corn Du from Craig Cerrig Gleisiad 10.I 9.The Beacons from Mynydd Illtyd Common 8.CCGleisiad is deprived of sunshine  early in the day and the frost lingers on in this chilly view towards the sunny peaks beyond 7.A limestone outcrop on Mynydd y Garn, near Penderyn, with Corn Du centre stage on the horizon 6.Another view of the Beacons 5.A tarn near Fan Frynych adds interest to this view of the Beacons 4.Cribyn, PYF and Corn du from Fan y Big 3.Corn Du from the A4059 north of Penderyn 2.PYF and Corn Du from Cwm Llwch 1.Cribyn from the Pen y Fan saddle