Category : Photo Walk

Valley of Desolation

The Valley of Desolation was so-called after the great storm of 1826 which whipped across North Yorkshire, felling trees and taking out much of the area’s plant life. However, Yorkshire’s flora and fauna are made of stern stuff and while it took a while, the natural foliage did eventually return. Read more at: yorkshirepost.co.uk This tranquil valley links the River Wharfe corridor to Barden Fell and part of one of the quieter walks, thanks to terrain and mud, from Bolton […]

Photographs and a video taken in Scarborough, North Yorkshire.

In my last blog post, I waffled on about looking forward to and arriving at Scarborough, North Yorkshire for a family weekend away and some AM & PM me time with the camera while the family were in bed. The weekend came and went all too fast but the video footage and photographs remain. That’s one of the great things about photography. Be wise when it comes to backing up your images and footage and it will last a lifetime… […]

Photography in Malham, North Yorkshire

I did a photo walk yesterday in Malham, North Yorkshire. The walk started and ended in Malham village. It rained most of the day, but we don’t let things like that worry us! The first photo stop on the walk was the beautiful Janet’s Foss. I waded across the stream/river to get to this spot but had very little room to manoeuvre and was stood in water. Due to the rain the river was rising but I made a mark […]