Photo Journal

  1. A Short Walk Up Kisdon Hill (& Back Again)

    Kisdon Hill is a fell in Upper Swaledale in the Yorkshire Dales. At 499m it’s of relatively modest height, but severed from it neighbouring fells by the actions of the last ice age and encircled by The Swale, to the north and east, and Skeb Skeugh and Straw Beck, to…

  2. Hoar Frost, Sleddale

    On Tuesday night the air was still, the sky clear and the temperature fell to -5c. In the sub-zero conditions small ice crystals formed upon frozen surfaces.  As Tuesday turned to Wednesday, fed by a gathering mist, the crystals began to grow … Hoar frost on our weather station after…

  3. Looking Down on Earth, River Bain

    Looking Down on Earth is a series of photos taken along the banks of The River Bain in February 2021 when overnight temperatures fell to -6C England’s shortest river, fed by North Yorkshire’s second largest lake, The River Bain flows for 2.5 miles from Raydale to Bainbridge where it joins…

  4. Upper Dales, Best of the Winter 2020/21

    This year the first heavy snow fell in the Upper Dales on 3rd December, it seems like it’s continued to fall ever since! 2021 has been the best year for winter photography since we arrived at The Old School Muker four years ago The image set below contains a selection…

  5. Repeat Patterns - Ice Flows

    Water flows beneath the ice, creating ever changing patterns, finding endless pathways. Each of the series below contains 3 images, each differing as the water flows. 

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