Images of Wales
Friday, 10 July 1998
Photography by John Ball - 23 June 1998
(with Agfa ePhoto 307 digital camera)
The tiny village of Felindre (Velindre) is situated in the parish of Llanfihangel Cwmdu in the valley of the river Rhian-goll, north of Crickhowell.
Left: Felindre viewed from farmland
on the western slopes of the valley.
Above: One of the lanes approaching Felindre from the main valley road.
Above: One of the attractive old cottages in Felindre.
Right: This cottage, which offers bed and breakfast
accommodation to visitors, was displaying a
"No Vacancies" sign.
Above: These residences were once almshouses owned by the local parish church.
They were used to house destitute women in the parish of Llanfihangel Cwmdu.
Above: At the rear of the almshouses are tiny back yards containing what would
once have been outdoor privies.
Above: The edges of this wheatfield are populated with ox-eye daisies in full bloom.
Above: A view from near Felindre, looking southeastwards down the valley