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One of mny incredible views at Breacon Beacons national park.
The park is also used as grazing land for sheep and they dot the landscape everywhere, blending in with the color of the rock outcroppings.
Cowboy was more than a little interested in testing his herding heritage on the half-wild hill sheep if I would only give him the chance.
During the drive through the park we encountered a herd of wild horses grazing at the roadside. We were told that this was an unusual occurance since they are rarely seen this close.
This dam was built at the former site of a little town called Llyn Brianne.
Although it was a sad occurance for the people of Llyn Brianne, the reservoir now provides water and power for the region as well as being a nature preserve which helps to protect some rare species, including the Red Kite.
The only surviving building from the twon of Lyn Brianne is the church. Inside, our friend Karen entertained us with an impromtu "sermon" from the puplit.
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Welshpool and Swansea
Powis Castle, Museum of Welsh Life and National Botanic Garden
Brecon Beacons and Llyn Brianne
Cardigan Bay and Tenby By The Sea
Llandovery and The Crannog
Laugharne Castle and Dylan Thomas
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