College Valley, Northumberland National Park by David Taylor is one of twelve photos by members of the Outdoor Writers and Photographers Guild we chose to decorate the ViewRanger offices, representing the best of UK outdoor photography.
About the photo:
I was thoroughly wet after a rainy afternoon exploring Henhole Crags at the top of the College Valley in the northern Cheviot Hills. I’d given up for the day and was on my way back downhill to the car when the weather broke. With the valley flooding with light I managed to set the camera up in record time to capture the view before me. For some reason the fact that I was wet no longer mattered. I had the shot of the day and so any discomfort I’d felt previoulsy was now forgotten about.
About David Taylor:
David Taylor is an award-winning landscape photographer, who works in and around his home county of Northumberland. His landscape photos have been used by local businesses, councils and tourism organisations, as well as by the Northumberland National Park Authority in its publicity and marketing materials. David has written over twenty-five books about photography and regularly contributes to regional and national magazines.
For more information visit www.davidtaylorphotography.co.uk