This is a Yorkshire waterfall with a difference – because it’s not always there! But when there’s been heavy rain and Hull Pot Waterfall is in full flow it’s definitely worth a visit! Hull Pot is an easy walk from … Continue reading Yorkshire Waterfalls 8 – Hull Pot
We’d just like to wish all of our workshop participants, website visitors and blog followers a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year for 2019! Many thanks if you’ve been on a workshop this year and we look forward to … Continue reading Happy Christmas!
The weather forecast had been changing quite a bit for the few days leading up to our annual trip to Ribblehead but by the time the morning came it looked like being a cloudy but fine day with some chance … Continue reading Workshop Report – Ribblehead September 2018
On our first Stainforth workshop last year we were faced with a gloomy wet summer’s day so we were wrapped up in waterproofs and Ribblesdale was filled with low cloud. We were expecting something completely different this time during the … Continue reading Workshop Report – Stainforth June 2018
Whilst stood looking at the Ribblehead Viaduct with Ingleborough in the background, Whernside to the right and Pen-Y-Ghent in the distance on the left, the sun breaking through the clouds and lighting up the surrounding moorland, you’ve just got to … Continue reading Workshop Report – Ribblehead September 2017
Quite often on our workshops we talk about the ‘Letterbox Crop’, particularly when theres perhaps not much going on in the sky or the immediate foreground of a composition. We all view our surroundings from around 5 to 6ft from the … Continue reading The Letterbox Crop
So here we go, the first outing on our new workshop location for 2017!! Mark and I had done two recces of the route this year in completely different weather conditions and the workshop itself was compleatly different again. Just goes … Continue reading Workshop Report – Stainforth Waterfalls & Peaks July 2017