Sgwd y Pannwr
Waterfall Country (or sometimes Waterfalls Country) is the name given to an area around the head of the Vale of Neath in South Wales where an unusually large number of spectacular and publicly accessible falls are to be found.
This is Sgwd y Pannwr, the 'fall of the fuller' or 'fall of the woollen washer' is the lowermost of the three celebrated falls on the Mellte.
I really had to time this shot right, as I made the mistake of visiting the falls on a bank holiday weekend so it was teeming with tourists.
As I found out the pool at the middle right of the frame is a very popular place where people stand to take photos of themselves. So a 4 minute exposure ended up taking 30 minutes.
Though the wait was worth it in the end.