Workshop Report – Aysgarth March 2019

Here’s the report from a rather wet and wild waterfalls workshop at Aysgarth and West Burton at the weekend – the weather was dreadful but the waterfalls (particularly West Burton Falls) looked amazing!

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With a forecast for rain all day long for our first workshop of the year we set out in the morning with a boot full of brollies as well as the usual waterproofs.  As we got closer to our destination in Wensleydale, however, it became clear that we should probably have packed a kayak too, as our walking route across the fields from West Burton to Aysgarth was underwater!  So we settled in to the comfort of the Fox and Hounds at West Burton for our introductory talk and a look at some images over tea and coffee – and lingered over this a little longer than usual to answer questions indoors rather than out in the rain, and get the cameras all set up for our day of waterfall photography.

Shooting fast-flowing water at Upper Aysgarth Falls Shooting fast-flowing water at Upper Aysgarth Falls

We headed to Aysgarth Falls first (by car rather than kayak!) and…

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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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