Image Gallery: Forest 100 – a year in the life, Tony Bartholomew, Forestry England, North Yorkshire
Has lockdown left you craving long walks in nature? A new exhibition of photographs reflecting a year in the life of North Yorkshire’s Dalby Forest and the forests that surround it has gone online on Forestry England’s national website.
Forest 100: a year in the life features the photographs of Scarborough-based editorial photographer Tony Bartholomew, all taken within the boundaries of forests managed by Forestry England in North Yorkshire.
The photographs portray activities in the forest ranging from bird ringing and harvesting to rallying alongside portraits of forest workers and scenic views. The gallery can be viewed in full here.
Images from Forest 100: a year in the life were previous seen as an outdoor exhibition around Staindale Lake, near the visitors’ centre in Dalby Forest.
Tony Bartholomew has worked in editorial photography in Yorkshire and the North East since the early 1980s.
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