I’m now a couple of months into what’s going to be an ongoing Yorkshire Dales Timelapse photography project. These clips are a few first draft edits from winter in Upper Swaledale. There’s something about photographing landscapes that really puts you in touch with the way light and the landscape work together, and timelapse literally ads another dimension to that. I’ve had some great moments at times while shooting these, sitting wrapped up toasty warm, watching winter shadows fall across the valley below Crackpot Hall and seeing patches of bright moonlight run down the valley near Muker.
So far, in addition to spending some time in Upper Swaledale, I’ve been out to some of my favourite spots around Ingleton too and will be gradually covering more locations bit by bit in the coming months.