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Workshop Report – Malham August 2015

Workshop Report – Malham August 2015

The weather is a typical british discussion, and we like to talk about it at great length! Its not been the best summer Yorkshire has seen for consistent sunshine or even dry spells, but for photography, the changing light and often dramatic cloud cover has made our workshops really interesting. Our trip this month to Malham […]

Workshop Report – Malham June 2015

Workshop Report – Malham June 2015

  We were confident enough of the weather forecast to leave behind (most) of the umbrellas and make sure we’d packed the sunscreen instead when we set out for our June workshop at Malham.  We settled in to the snug at the Lister Arms once more for a welcoming cup of coffee and our introductory talk […]

Workshop Report – Aysgarth Falls June 2015

Workshop Report – Aysgarth Falls June 2015

As always, eyes were firmly glued on the weather forecast in the run up to Saturday whilst the sunshine was pouring in the window day after day. But the Met Office was predicting that Saturday was to be torrential rain and thunder storms for the entire day!! Bags packed the night before with waterproofs, dry […]

Workshop Report – Malham May 2015

Workshop Report – Malham May 2015

  With a forecast for sunny spells and light wind we were expecting an easier visit to Malham than the horizontal rain of our March visit and we set out in the morning with light cloud cover which looked promising for the morning in the woods, hoping for some sunlight breaking through in the afternoon. […]

Workshop Report: Bolton Abbey April & May 2015

Workshop Report: Bolton Abbey April & May 2015

Spring is that special time of year when the transition from winter changes drastically day upon day and during this season we take our workshops to Bolton Abbey and the amazing Strid Wood. Our first took place at the end of April and the second trip in mid May. For both occasions the weather was […]

Workshop Report: Malham March 2015

Workshop Report: Malham March 2015

  As we drove over Blubberhouses Moor in torrential rain toward Malham for our first workshop there this year, we were thinking more of the warm welcome at the Lister Arms than being out in the elements, but were also hoping that the weather forecast would be correct and the rain would move away to […]

Peregrine above Malham Cove Art Award

Peregrine above Malham Cove Art Award

  It’s always great to hear about photographic successes by former workshop participants, so we were very pleased to learn recently that Robert Dutton, who attended one of our first workshops at Malham, won an award last year for one of his paintings based on his photograph of Malhamdale from Malham Cove inspired by our […]

Workshop Report: Aysgarth October 2014

Workshop Report: Aysgarth October 2014

  We arrived in West Burton early enough to have a quick look at the delightful West Burton Waterfall and found the beck at the highest level we’ve seen with a raging torrent of peaty water tumbling over the falls. The peat added a touch of colour to the white water so we were immediately […]

Workshop Report: Malham September 2014

Workshop Report: Malham September 2014

  Our last photography workshop to Malham and Gordale Scar of the 2014 season didn’t disappoint! Malhamdale rarely does. Each workshop has been totally different due to the changing seasons and weather that has given us some great light for our different stops. The morning was crisp and clear, not a cloud in the sky […]

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 […]

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