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Workshop Report: Malham August 2014

Workshop Report: Malham August 2014

  With a weather forecast predicting heavy showers all day we arrived at Malham armed with a ready supply of brollies and settled in at the Lister Arms for introductions over a cup of coffee.  After our pre-workshop briefing and slideshow we set out across the meadows from Malham for the woods around Janet’s Foss […]

A Tour of The Dales – Wonderful Wensleydale

A Tour of The Dales – Wonderful Wensleydale

  In our last visit to photo locations along the route of the Dales stage of The Tour de France we’re having another look at Wensleydale which Le Tour visits twice – entering first via West Burton and travelling up the dale to Hawes then over to Swaledale via the Buttertubs Pass and then returning […]

A Tour of The Dales – Through Wharfedale

A Tour of The Dales – Through Wharfedale

  In our latest look at photographic locations along the route of the Dales stage of the Tour de France we’re concentrating on the first part of Stage 1 as Le Tour travels through West Yorkshire from Leeds and up into the heart of the Yorkshire Dales through Wharfedale. There’s plenty to admire on the […]

A Tour of The Dales – Gunnerside

A Tour of The Dales – Gunnerside

  Our next stop on our Tour of The Dales exploring locations along the Tour de France stage through the Yorkshire Dales is at Gunnerside. Heading back down Swaledale from Muker towards Reeth the riders on Le Tour will have a brief glimpse of the fabulous meadows along the banks of the Swale as they […]

A Tour of The Dales – Muker Meadows

A Tour of The Dales – Muker Meadows

  In our third Tour of the Dales outing exploring locations along the Tour de France stage through the Yorkshire Dales we’re at Muker, at the Swaledale end of the Buttertubs Pass.  If you’re exploring the area it’s a worthy photographer service stop too (i.e. visiting Muker Tea Shop).   There are plenty of locations […]

A Tour of The Dales – Hardraw and Buttertubs

A Tour of The Dales – Hardraw and Buttertubs

  In the second part of our mini Tour of The Dales exploring the Tour de France route we’re having a look at Hardraw near Hawes and the Buttertubs Pass, a strenuous climb from Wensleydale into Swaledale.   The Buttertubs which give their name to the pass, whilst being an interesting geological feature, aren’t all […]

Workshop Report: Malham May 2014

Workshop Report: Malham May 2014

  We started the day with tea and coffee in the comfort of the Lister Arms in Malham and discussed the day ahead. Our introductory talk emphashised the photographic opportunities available in overcast conditions, having had a look at the weather forecast earlier in the morning! So, we set out on our walk armed with […]

A Tour of The Dales – Around Keld

A Tour of The Dales – Around Keld

  With the Tour de France looming it seems like a good time to have a little tour of the Dales of our own, with a focus on locations on or around the first stage route of the Grand Départ which wends its way through the splendid scenery of the Yorkshire Dales en route from […]

Workshop Report: Aysgarth and West Burton March 2014

Workshop Report: Aysgarth and West Burton March 2014

  We met in the cosy and welcoming Fox and Hounds at West Burton in Wensleydale on a blustery March morning, eager to get out on the first workshop of the year.  It was great to be back out in the Yorkshire Dales and the weather couldn’t have been more different from the severe snowfall […]

Waterfall Photography at Scaleber Force

Waterfall Photography at Scaleber Force

  In my last post I was enthusing about the delights of twilight photography, which is all very well when you’ve got some nice light to work with, but what if it’s a bleak overcast winter’s day with no chance of some nice evening light in the sky?  Another of the key ideas we talk […]

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