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Welcome to Fotocraft Images' Blog

Thank you for visiting the Fotocraft Images blog.

I will use this blog to provide updates on events and new images on the Fotocraft Images website. I will also provide my thoughts on how I worked as I created some of my images, on photographic topics that interst me, and on my other intersts outside photography, such as fell walking and peak bagging.

Please feel free to share your comments on any blog posts or to ask questions.

 

Paul

Winter into Spring around Harewood

April 17, 2018
It seems that Spring has finally arrived! After one of the longest winters in recent years it appears that temperatures have started to rise, the daffodils are in flower,...
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Taking advantage of snow in the Dales

April 10, 2018
I normally begin my show programme in Hawes, in Wensleydale, in mid March each year. The weather can be marginal, but it gets me back into the swing of things, and the gi...
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A Perfect walk for the holidays

August 27, 2017
The walk along the cliff top between Robin Hood's Bay and Whitby takes in some of the most spectacular landscapes along the Yorkshire Coast. It provides an envigorating c...
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Photographing the milky way over Yorkshire

August 21, 2017
I spent some time in 2016 photographing star trails over Almscliffe Crag. I was pleased with the resulting picture, which you can see here: Almscliffe Crag Star Trails. I...
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Memory card misadventures

August 14, 2017
I have been using digital SLR cameras for more than twelve years and, until last weekend, had been lucky enough to never have a problem transferring images from a memory...
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