Born in England, Welsh photographer David Hurn moved back to Wales in 1970, initially for a year but in the end he never left. An old-school documentary photographer, Hurn describes his approach as lacking an agenda: “I just go and involve myself in what’s happening and try to discover for myself what I think is significant about that particular place. I try to be open-minded about it. I’m not a propagandist about it, I’m not trying to put forward a particular view of Wales,” he says. In this photo Hurn finds wild ponies and tourists braving the elements in a wind-swept part of the Black Mountains.