Aysgarth Retrospective

Normally I’d be preparing for our first workshop of the season today, which we always run at Aysgarth. So, as all of our spring workshops are now postponed until next year, here’s a post for the workshops blog looking back at a few March visits to Aysgarth over the years…

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Normally at this time on the Friday of a workshop weekend I’d be making sure my camera bag was packed, charging up the laptop, writing discount codes on the back of our workshop handout booklets and checking the weather forecast to see if we were due to get rained on at Aysgarth on the Saturday!

Sadly, now that Covid19 has put paid to our Spring workshops this year, I thought it might be nice to look back at some previous March Aysgarth workshop images…

At the Viewpoint above Lower Aysgarth Falls, March 2016 At the viewpoint above Lower Aysgarth Falls, March 2016

Back in 2016 it looks like we had plenty of lovely peaty water down at the viewpoint above Lower Aysgarth Falls, with its lovely zig-zag shape.

Lower Aysgarth Falls in Wensleydale Peaty water in Lower Aysgarth Falls

It’s a great spot to photograph the whole waterfall, or to pick out details in the peaty water with a longer lens, like the abstract…

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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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