Mark Denton captures the drama and beauty of one of England's most treasured landscapes. From broad, open dales to bleak uplands and isolated high hills, Mark Denton's panoramic camera reveals the ever-changing light on both renowned and unheralded places. An essay by Richard Mabey describes his first acquaintance with the Dales, and his growing understanding and appreciation of this unique landscape.
This is the concluding volume in Mark Denton's Yorkshire Trilogy, following Yorkshire Coast and Yorkshire Moors and Wolds. Mark Denton is one of Britain's most acclaimed young landscape photographers, described by Joe Cornish as 'one of the few photographers to have mastered the large panoramic camera, and he uses it to capture landscape in all its drama, depth and colour ... the result is a unique body of work.'
Mark Denton is one of Britain's finest young landscape photographers, his work drawing praise from leading professionals. His work principally covers the north of England and has been used by clients worldwide. He is the author of London: the 100 Greatest Panoramas (Constable) and Yorkshire Moors and Wolds, Edinburgh (9780711228764) and The Yorkshire Coast for Frances Lincoln. He lives in North Yorkshire.
Richard Mabey is one of Britain's most eminent nature writers and the author of over thirty books including Flora Britannica, Weeds, Food for Free and The Unofficial Countryside. He writes regularly for the Times, the Guardian and BBC Wildlife. He is also a regular broadcaster on Radio 4.