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Spring in Yorkshire

11 - 14 April

(4 days, 3 nights)

Limestone pavement, Malham, Yorkshire, Yorkshire Dales

This trip will take us to the heart of the beautiful county of Yorkshire. We will be based in The Lister Arms in the delightful village of Malham in the Yorkshire Dales National Park. From here we will visit Gordale Scar, a huge gorge with a double waterfall; Malham Cove with its famous limestone pavements and peregrine falcons; The 'Lone Tree' with its striking lead-in lines created by the grykes and clints in the rocks; the Ribblehead Viaduct which straddles the dale with its 24 monumental arches; and Janet's Foss - an intimate stream in lush woodland with a waterfall at the end of the walk. We will also photograph the famous stone walls & barns around the meadows in Muker and Gunnerside in lovely Swaledale. We can practice long exposure photography at the beautiful East Gill Force waterfall near Keld. We will then travel over to Wensleydale to photograph Bolton Castle and England's highest single drop waterfall in the natural amphitheatre of Hardraw Force. A great opportunity to make images of some of the most sublime countryside in England.  

Price: £995 pp based on sharing a room. There is a £200 single supplement. £200 deposit. Travel: During the workshop Tom will drive a minibus. Getting to Yorkshire – if pick up en route is practicable attendees can get a lift with Tom from Epping (Essex) up to & returning from Yorkshire. Second pick up/drop off in York. Bookings to Tom please (07515 549485):

Stone barn, Yorkshire Dales, Yorkshire, stone walls
beer, pint, in Yorkshire pub near Malham
Limestone pavement & Sycamore tree, Malham, Yorkshire. Photography trip
Gunnerside, Yorkshire, stone walls, stone barn, photography trip
Ribblehead Viaduct, stormy weather, Yorkshire, photography trip
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