By Simon Bowen
Twenty-one panoramic images of some of the less well-known landscapes of West and North Yorkshire, including Goitstock Wood waterfall, Stoodley Pike, Wainman’s Pinnacle and the Twelve Apostles stone circle. Mostly taken within a short drive of my home at the time in Airedale. Panoramic photography seems particularly well suited to these areas, whose character is best expressed in broad vistas. No jagged mountains here, but plenty of heather-clad moors, lonely crags, and gently curving dales.
The photographic paper and lay-flat design displays these images at their best, with most being spread across two full pages.