While exploring open access land near Ystradfellte in the Brecon Beacons I came across this wonderful dry stone wall which divides the landscape into sections. On the left of the wall is open access land in which orange grass grows rampantly. On the right is grazed land that looks more controlled. It's intriguing how the wall itself is still standing given the angle at which it leans. In the distance, Fan Nedd dominates the view.