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My new landscape photography website

After far too long tweaking, coding, writing and editing, I am finally happy to launch my new landscape photography website at www.lansdscapesuncovered.com 

Landscape Photography in the Brecon Beacons

Please head on over and take a look at the site, I have included a selection of the photographs made over a few years within most of the parks of Wales in the Brecon Beacons, Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and Snowdonia. I have also travelled a little bit further afield, so you may even see some from across the bridge in Cornwall 😉

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Brecon Beacons Sunrise

I haven’t added a landscape post for a while, as I am currently building a new website which will host all of my landscape images, it’s still a little way off being released but will certainly be this year.

Launching at the same time will be a series of workshops, please watch this space for information. There will also be a weekly competition, where you will be able to win lots of lovely prizes including, prints, cards, calendars and camera equipment.

In the mean-time, please enjoy a one off image I made a few weeks ago sat on top of the Brecon Beacons, Pen Y Fan, for sunrise watching a cloud inversion spread out over most of the Brecon Beacons and mid-wales, a privilege.

4.45AM wake up calls do have some rather wonderful benefits.

Landscape Photography in Brecon Beacons

 

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Neil Mansfield and Call of the Wild announce partnership

Training and development company Call of the Wild and photographer Neil Mansfield are delighted to announce a partnership to provide photography services for all events and activities run by Call of the Wild.

Call of the Wild as a group provide a comprehensive list of services to a wide range of clients including leadership, management and team development programmes. One component of the Call of the Wild group is its Adventure Britain operation. This provides outdoor activities including Canyoning, quad biking and Coasteering in the Brecon Beacons National Park and the South Wales Coastline, including the Gower.

Neil Mansfield is an award winning portrait and landscape photographer based in Cardiff whose work includes a remarkable portfolio of the Brecon Beacons National Park. His photographs are frequently featured in magazines, travel guides and diverse publications.

Outdoor activity photographer Brecon Beacons

Mark Soanes, Call of the Wild Director said “ We receive many requests for photography from our clients, so working with Neil to add a photography service to our events programme was the right thing to do. Neil brings a wealth of experience and a tremendous portfolio of images that will add value to our service offer.”

Call of the Wild and Neil Mansfield Photography will be looking to utilise the social media element of photograph sharing which is clearly of huge public interest, with the recent explosion in popularity of sites such as Flickr, Pinterest and 500px.

“Offering a photography solution to Call of the Wild customers, is an exciting opportunity to work with and support South Wales business. We have already got our feet wet literally and metaphorically and are very much looking forward to developing this partnership for the benefit of participants.” said Neil Mansfield

Call of the Wild is a well-established and award-winning Welsh business; it was voted Welsh Small Business of the Year in 2010 and more recently Team Building Company of the Year.

www.neilmansfield.com

www.callofthewild.co.uk

 

 

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Queens Jubilee Brecon Beacons, A beacon on top of Pen Y Fan.

A rather hasty and very last minute decision to head up into the Brecon Beacons and capture the Pen Y Fan Beacon for the Jubilee celebration. No time to ascend to Corn Du which would have given a great view, so concentrated on a classic silhouette instead. It’s not perfect by a long stretch, but it captures a moment, more documentary photography than a classic landscape.

The Brecon Beacons Queens Jubilee Beacons

Lighting of the Jubilee Beacon

Please review my landscape photographs here.

Very glad I made the trip and I’ll add a few more photographs over the coming day.