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Workshop Report – Malham September 2017

Workshop Report – Malham September 2017

So our final Malham workshop of the year had come round once again!  We met as usual in the comfort of the Lister Arms for an introductory chat and a look at some images over tea and coffee before setting out under and overcast sky across the meadows towards the woods and our first stop […]

Yorkshire Photography Locations – Haworth Moor and Top Withens

Yorkshire Photography Locations – Haworth Moor and Top Withens

Top Withens is a ruined farmhouse high up on Haworth Moor near the village of Haworth.  This remote location is said to be the inspiration for the Earnshaw house Wuthering Heights in Emily Brontë’s novel.  It’s easy to see how this bleak location could have inspired Emily’s work and no visit to Brontë Country is […]

Workshop Report – Malham August 2017

Workshop Report – Malham August 2017

With a forecast for sunny intervals all day for the Malham area we were hoping for the first dry workshop in a while, but set out in the morning armed with a full stock of umbrellas just in case!  We met as usual in the comfort of the snug at the Lister Arms for an […]

Second Recce at Stainforth

Second Recce at Stainforth

We had been planning to do our second recce for the new Stainforth Waterfalls and Peaks workshop a couple of weeks ago, but decided to postpone it due to a forecast for heavy rain – not particularly because we couldn’t have got some good shots (particularly of the great waterfalls on this workshop) in bad […]

Yorkshire Photography Locations – Ilkley Moor

Yorkshire Photography Locations – Ilkley Moor

Ilkley Moor, inspiration for the Yorkshire anthem On Ilkla Moor Baht ‘at, is part of Rombalds Moor – the area of moorland between Ilkley and Keighley in West Yorkshire.  The main car park is at the famous Cow and Calf Rocks formation and this is a reasonable start point for any visit.  If you arrive […]

Workshop Report – Aysgarth June 2017

Workshop Report – Aysgarth June 2017

With a forecast for persistent rain throughout the day we arrived at West Burton armed with sufficient umbrellas for the whole group and settled in to the comfort of the Fox and Hounds for teas and coffees over our introductory chat and a look at some example images giving ideas about subject selection, light and […]

Workshop Report – Bolton Abbey May 2017

Workshop Report – Bolton Abbey May 2017

With a forecast for a fine morning but potentially heavy rain in the afternoon we set out for our second spring Bolton Abbey workshop with a good selection of umbrellas to allow photography to continue in wet conditions, safe in the knowledge that a bit of overcast weather in the woods would provide good light […]

Workshop Report – Malham March 2017

Workshop Report – Malham March 2017

With the prospect of a very mild and sunny spring day ahead we set off for Malham for our second workshop of 2017. Meeting in the comfort of the snug at the Lister Arms we had our introductory talk and a look at some example images over tea and coffee before setting out across the […]

Spring Woodland Photography

Spring Woodland Photography

Although it’s still rather chilly and there’s a howling gale blowing outside as I write this, our new workshop season is now just a couple of weeks away and we’re looking forward to getting out for a bit of spring photography after a winter of workshop hibernation! There are already a few interesting subjects springing […]

A New Workshop for 2017!

A New Workshop for 2017!

We’re very pleased to announce that we have a new workshop to add to out schedule in 2017! Entitled Stainforth Waterfalls and Peaks this new easy to medium walk starts at the village of Stainforth in Ribblesdale and takes in two stunning but very different waterfalls and Winskill Stones, a rugged area of limestone pavement […]

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