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de Sousa, Director, AbleStable
A recent trip to the Brecon Beacons
in Wales rekindled my passion to take photos.
It was a trip to the Welsh mountains in my mid
teens that kick-started my love of photography.
out with a cheap plastic camera and promised
myself that if I came back with some snaps I was
I'd invest in a camera that would allow me to explore
the medium further. I was fortunate that the
landscape was so powerful that even a novice would
return with some great images - I was hooked.
thirty years on I returned to a different part
of Wales, this time with a lightweight digital
camera. My Nikon SLR had been gathering dust
the shelf for some time.
The Sony CyberShot is fine for snaps, but the
poor detail for landscapes or demanding
conditions. That said, I've often found that
imposed by the medium or tools I use forces
me to consider the focus of my attentions more
photos below touch upon my visual experience
of the Brecon Beacons. Climbing to the
along the lesser known paths can take your breath
away, and I hope you both enjoy the happy snaps
I took on my journey, and encourage you to pick
up your camera and go for a stroll...
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