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Cribyn, from Pen y Fan, Brecon Beacons National Park, Wales. by Justin Foulkes
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The summit of Cribyn stands proud of the lapping clouds during a temperature inversion in the Brecon Beacons National Park, Powys, Wales. Stitched panoramic, photographed in March 2011.

Nikon D700, 4 separate images each with 2 separate exposures, blended in PS6.

If you’d like to see more of my Brecon Beacons images, or would like a larger size print than is available here, please visit my website, www.bananapancake.com.

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The images herein do not belong in the public domain. All images are copyrighted to and owned by Banana Pancake Ltd and may not be copied, edited, published, uploaded or used for any purpose whatsoever, commercial or otherwise without the express written permission from the photographer, Justin Foulkes.
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cribyn, pen y fan, clouds, temperature inversion, brecon beacons, national park, powys, wales, welsh, landscape, mountains

Professional travel and landscape photographer, based in South Devon. A keen hiker and mountaineer, I love the outdoors, particularly the wilder places of the world.

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Comments

  • Ryan Davison Crisp
    Ryan Davison C...about 3 years ago

    beautiful

  • DaveZ
    DaveZabout 3 years ago

    amazing well done.

  • Sherri Fink
    Sherri Finkabout 3 years ago

    Wow!

  • Michael Treloar
    Michael Treloarabout 3 years ago

    Another brilliant shot. Must of been amazing watching those clouds.

  • Thanks Michael, and all. Yes, it really was quite mesmerising. The clouds slowly rose throughout the day until only the highest peaks were poking through. A great day to be on the hills.

    – Justin Foulkes

  • Hilda Rytteke
    Hilda Ryttekeabout 3 years ago

    Beautiful capture

  • To-Mu
    To-Muabout 3 years ago

    You have some beautiful shots!! Just stunning! I checked out your website, and added it to my “inspiring” links! Just incredible!
    Can I ask you something? What kind of camera do you have? And what is your favourite lens? And as last, how are you able to get up for sun rise? Cause I notice that most of your images are shot with sunrise or sunset!

  • Thanks for the very kind words. For what it matters, I have a Nikon D700. I don’t have a favourite lens, they’re really just tools for the job. And I’m actually not a ‘morning’ person so getting up before sunrise can be a struggle. However, to savour the dawn view from a lofty vantage point is an incredibly rewarding experience. That alone can be incentive enough. What’s more, you usually have it all to yourself!!

    – Justin Foulkes

  • Peter  Thomas
    Peter Thomasabout 3 years ago

    i love the way the cloud is “flowing” over the ridge…

  • João Figueiredo
    João Figueiredoabout 3 years ago

    Amazing job!! It’s an incredible shot!! Pitty that RB doesn’t allow a bigger view…

  • Neutro
    Neutroalmost 3 years ago

    Wonderful! Marvelous!

  • julie08
    julie08almost 3 years ago

    Stunning work :)

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