Normally at this time on the Friday of a workshop weekend I’d be making sure my camera bag was packed, charging up the laptop, writing discount codes on the back of our workshop handout booklets and checking the weather forecast … Continue reading Aysgarth Retrospective
Our skies are filled with colour and drama for most of the year, cloud cover, rays of sunshine, sunsets and sunrises all provide us with dramatic landscapes perfect for capturing with the camera. However its often difficult to expose the … Continue reading Big Skies
I mentioned in my last Yorkshire Waterfalls post on Wain Wath Force that there are lots of waterfalls to visit around Keld in Swaledale, so here’s one of the others! Kisdon Force is situated on the River Swale just downstream … Continue reading Yorkshire Waterfalls 11 – Kisdon Force
Situated in Upper Swaledale near Keld, Wain Wath Force may not be the highest of waterfalls but it’s very attractive, sweeping across the River Swale in several separate drops cascading over craggy rocks. It’s a very easy waterfall to get … Continue reading Yorkshire Waterfalls 10 – Wain Wath Force
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 2020. Many thanks if you’ve been on a workshop this year and we look forward to … Continue reading Happy Christmas!