Nigel Morton Photography

Exhibition: OnLandscape at the Joe Cornish Gallery

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I am very pleased to be displaying several framed prints at the Joe Cornish Gallery in Northallerton, North Yorkshire. The images form part of a permanent exhibition in collaboration with OnLandscape magazine, and are hung alongside work by Pete Hyde, Colin Bell, Paul Mitchell and Steve Barnett. The first stage of the exhibition will last three to four months, after which the magazine will select a new set of photographers to have their work displayed.

I travelled up for the opening a few days ago. It was a very entertaining afternoon with many talented photographers from all over the country in attendance. The quality of the work on display is incredible and the gallery have done a fantastic job of handling the printing and framing of the pictures. If you are in the area then I highly recommend visiting the gallery, which has other exhibitions on alongside this one, as well as a lovely cafe/tea room.

I would like to thank everyone involved at the gallery and extend my sincerest thanks and appreciation to Joe himself and to Tim and Charlotte at Onlandscape magazine. If you cannot get along to visit, the images below are included in the exhibition.

For more information visit: here.

Iron Age Mist

Iron Age Mist. (click to enlarge)

Sleepy Hollow

Sleepy Hollow. (click to enlarge)

Combat Zone

Combat Zone. (click to enlarge)

Ashridge Bluebells

Ashridge Bluebells. (click to enlarge)


Ghosts. (click to enlarge)


Starflowers. (click to enlarge)

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