With two workshops under our belt our 2013 season of Yorkshire Dales landscape photography workshops is now well under way and we’re looking forward to two sold out courses next month making the most of the wild garlic flowers at Bolton Abbey and Malham.
We had a great day at Bolton Abbey last weekend with a good variety of lighting conditions making shots of the priory ruins and also of woodland and the swirling waters of the River Wharfe at The Strid possible. See the Natural Light Photography Workshops website for the full workshop report.
The previous week saw our snow-delayed opening workshop of the year at Aysgarth and West Burton where we made best use of overcast skies with the many falls along the River Ure and the spectacular West Burton Waterfall at the end of the day. For more detail see the workshop report.
Our summer landscape photography workshops continue with Malham in July and August and Ribblehead in September. In autumn we return to Aysgarth and Bolton Abbey for fine autumn colours in Strid Wood.
Places are still available on our summer and autumn workshops, but they’re starting to fill up! You can reserve places on the Natural Light Photography Workshops website.