Last order dates to guarantee Christmas delivery.
Last order date for prints is the 18th December. Last order date for framed Prints is the 12th December. Workshops can be ordered up until 2pm on Christmas Eve for email delivery.
throughout the Brecon Beacons
Available for sale in limited numbers
for magazines, agencies and books.
New for 2018
Landscapes Uncovered is run by Neil Mansfield. Neil is a freelance photographer based out of the Brecon Beacons. Living in the Brecon Beacons National Park it has become his landscape photography play ground. The Beacons Beacons are Southern Britains highest mountain range and form a spinal backbone to the South and Mid Wales valleys. The features of which stretch across from Abergavenny and Hay on Wye in the East through the central Beacons and past Pen Y Fan across to Llandeilo and Llandovery in the West. Brecon Beacons photography can be as creative as you want to make it, it has a vast landscape that has high peaks, green valleys, blue skies, limestone pavements and a diverse history stretching back many years, it is a joy to photograph.
We run one to one tuition and group workshops. Our belief is that you can have a fun filled but educational day out in the magical Brecon Beacons. Locations are suitable for all groups and can be tailored to your specific requirements. We climb mountains, follow river courses, head to secret waterfall locations and enjoy the still and quiet of reservoirs. It’s all here in the Beacons Beacons. We look forward to hearing from you and guiding you through our amazing park.
Nedd Valley Photography Exhibition
Neil is delighted to release details of his forthcoming photography exhibition. The Nedd Valley project will be exhibited at the International Welsh Rarebit Centre, Defynnog, Brecon Beacons.
The exhibition will run from the 30th November to the 6th January 2019, with a private view on the 29th November between 6 and 8PM. Please get in touch for further details.
ITV's Coast and Country Feature
Neil was featured on ITV’s Coast and Country. It was a fantastic opportunity to promote the Brecon Beacons National Park and also talk about landscape photography. More details on the Blog.