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Ross Brown May 7
Bluebells at Sunset, Middleton Woods, Yorkshire.
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JW Editions May 3
After many requests, we are now pleased to announce a new handmade book making workshop in Yorkshire for this summer led by . Details here:
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Ross Brown Apr 29
Thank you for featuring my photographs. It is definitely worth checking out the new books too - there is some really interesting work from some great photographers.
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Ed Burrell Apr 20
Greenland white-fronted geese to better understand their pop. decline gives incredible insights. Tag 12 made this amazing on Sunday. Leaving the Isle of Gigha at 0430 & completing a 1150km flight to by 1500 an average speed 110kph or about 70mph!
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paul kenny Apr 20
I’m very proud of this piece, at 22 foot, by far the biggest thing I’ve ever done
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Ross Brown Apr 16
Swaledale, Yorkshire Dales - April 2018 An intimate detail at WainWath Force in Swaledale.
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Ross Brown Apr 8
Snowy Larch, Great Mell Fell, Lake District, April 2018 A shapely and elegant Larch discovered during a first walk on the slopes of Great Mell Fell near Ullswater.
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Ross Brown Apr 7
Scot's Pine, Perthshire, Scotland. March 2018 Recent explorations in the beautiful woodlands of Perthshire.
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Ross Brown Apr 7
A stunning, atmospheric photograph of Buttermere
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Ross Brown Apr 7
Replying to @lensdistrict
I hope your new gallery project goes well - you have some stunning photographs and I wish you all the best. I look forward to popping in when I am next in Keswick.
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Ross Brown Apr 7
Replying to @njburnell
Your website and images are stunning !, I am particularly drawn to your sea / starscapes, and the small square thumbnails in the gallery. Have you considered having a latest image gallery ? I look forward to enjoying more of your images in the future.
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Ross Brown Apr 7
Replying to @xcpix
A beautiful collection of images with a lovely colour palate - I particularly like No.71.
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Ross Brown Mar 22
During the recent snowy spell I couldn’t resist a brief trip into the Dales. Showers has been rolling in from the east coast all day - luckily the sky cleared briefly before the sun set behind the hills
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Charlie Waite Mar 21
This is my truth - shares his life and passion behind the camera. via
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Fotospeed Mar 21
Have you tried our new Platinum Platinum Cotton 305? have had a first look - check it out here!
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Robert Macfarlane Mar 17
Word of the day: “nemophilist” - one who loves woods, forests, trees in number & the spaces between them. (from the Ancient Greek νέμος, meaning ‘wooded pasture’, ‘glade’)
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Rob Knight Mar 9
A couple of days left to vote who we should support as the designated charity for please vote both participating artists and guests plus friends of over the years. Giving back and supporting a charity is hugely important to
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Ross Brown Mar 10
Evocative, minimal, simple - another beautiful image by Bruce Percy - looking forward to his new exhibition this summer in Edinburgh
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Ross Brown Mar 8
Woodland Mist, Grasmere, Lake District I always enjoy exploring this small section of Woodland near the Southern shore of Grasmere in the Lake District. This was taken in late March and there was still beautiful colour in the small beech trees on the woodland floor.
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on_landscape Mar 4
We talk to as our featured this issue "As who frequent wild habitats, it is important that we think of supporting and sustaining these to make them enjoyable for our children and future generations. "
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