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Workshop Report – Bolton Abbey April 2022

Bolton Abbey Photography Workshop

Our second workshop of the year brought about the long awaited return to Bolton Abbey in spring, after two years of missing out on the bluebells! A day of sunny intervals made the light challenging at times but we had some nice spells of cloud cover for photographing in Strid Wood and some good sunlight for photographing the abbey.

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Spring Impressions

Spring Impressions

There was a real feeling of spring in the air on our Aysgarth workshop last weekend! Although it seems winter is back this week, it won’t belong until our woodlands burst into life. As the fresh foliage emerges and woodland flowers come into bloom it’s a great time for a woodland visit with the camera. And while you’re there, why not create some Spring Impressions images by using intentional camera movement (ICM)?!

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Wild Garlic Woodlands

Wild Garlic Woodlands

Mid May is one of my favourite times for exploring my local woods, as the wild garlic flowers come into full bloom. This May has been a case of dodging the rain but in between the showers there can be some great light for photographing the pretty white flowers in wild garlic woodlands…

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Middleton Woods

Bluebell Photography in Middleton Woods

Spring is a great time of year for the landscape photographer as our woodlands come to life with fresh green foliage and wildflowers. The most popular of those wildflowers has to be the native English bluebell and one of the best places to see these in abundance is at Middleton Woods, just north of Ilkley in Lower Wharfedale.

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