The Yorkshire Dales Photography grid project is now live online and the exhibition is running from 1st August – 15th August at the Yoredale National Park Centre, Bainbridge, DL8 3EL.
The Yorkshire Dales Photographic Grid Project is a joint venture by Yorkshire Photo Walks and Tom Marsh Photography. The aim being to photograph every square kilometer of the Yorkshire Dales which has taken 18 months and the help of 120 photographers to covering approximately 16 sq kilometers of the Dales each.
Our very own photographers from the Wensleydale camera club helped out. Andrew Fletcher won a prize for his entry and Micheal Kentish has two images hanging in the exhibition; so worth a look for sure!
Alongside this, Tom Marsh will be coming to the club on the 6th November to give a presentation about the project; we look forward to it and hope you’ll join us.
For more information about the Yorkshire Dales grip project please go to their Facebook page or their website at www.yorkshirephotowalks.com/yorkshiredalesgridproject/. You can read more in the news article in the Yorkshire Post.