BOOK REVIEW: The Photographer's Guide To The Yorkshire Dales by Ellen Bowness, £12.95 ISBN 978-0992683412

ICONIC: Pointer to best places to take landscape photos in the Dales

ICONIC: Pointer to best places to take landscape photos in the Dales

First published in Opinion
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LAKE District-based publisher Ellen Bowness has turned her attention to the neighbouring Yorkshire Dales for this landscape photography guide.

Among the 56 photogenic locations are iconic spots such as Hardraw Force near Hawes, Malham Cove, Ribblehead Viaduct and Kilnsey Crag and . But there are also lesser known places that are no less stunning, such as Twistleton Scar near Ingleton, Crackpot Hall in Swaledale and West Burton Falls in Wensleydale.

Most of the locations fall within the Dales national park, although there are a good number in neighbouring Nidderdale.

Each location is accompanied by detailed directions, including a map, and where to park.

As this is a photographic guide it has advice on the best time of year and day to visit and includes a useful table of sunrise and sunset times.

ALLAN TUNNINGLEY

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