Bolton Abbey in Autumn

A few recent images from Bolton Abbey posted on the Natural Light Photography Workshops blog – as we’ve just wrapped up our eighth year of workshops there with some lovely autumn colour!

There are more workshop posts on the Natural Light Photography Workshops Blog and full details of the 2019 season of workshops on the Natural Light website.

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We recently wrapped up out eighth year of landscape photography workshops with a great day out at Bolton Abbey (you can read about the day in Sam’s workshop report) so we thought it would be nice to celebrate with a few extra autumnal images of the priory ruins and Strid Wood!

Strid Wood in Autumn Strid Wood in Autumn

The Strid at Bolton Abbey Mossy rocks and peaty water at The Strid on the River Wharfe

Viewpoint over the River Wharfe in Strid Wood Bench at a viewpoint overlooking the River Wharfe and aqueduct footbridge in Strid Wood

The Strid through Autumn Trees in Strid Wood The Strid through Autumn Trees in Strid Wood

Bolton Priory Ruins in Autumn The ruins of Bolton Priory from a viewpoint across the River Wharfe

Stepping Stones at Bolton Abbey Braving the stepping stones over the River Wharfe at Bolton Abbey!

If you’d like to join us for a landscape photography workshop at Bolton Abbey then we’ve got three visits scheduled for 2019 – for bluebells and wild garlic in April and May and then back again for…

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About marksunderland

Mark Sunderland is a landscape and travel photographer specialising in Yorkshire, England. He supplies licensed images, prints and calendars through marksunderland.com - the source for Images of Yorkshire - and also runs photography workshops in the Yorkshire Dales with Natural Light Workshops.

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