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Corn Du snow and spindrift in the Brecon Beacons

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Corn Du Spindrift in the Brecon Beacons

Corn Du snow. A view from the slopes of Pen Y Fan. This was made during the winter of 2014. The day was a windy one, with spindrift flying over the gap. The snow above 700 metres in some places was very deep. On top of Pen Y Fan the Brecon Beacons showed their majesty with the long snow packed gullies stretching down the valleys towards Brecon and beyond. You can just make out the glacial Cwm of Craig Cerrig Gleisaid in the bottom right hand corner.


My inspiration for this photograph was  Bradford Washburn. An early adventurer and pioneering aeriel photographer who photographed much of the USA. His photographs of the Alaskan wilderness are some of my personal favourites.

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