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Great image by @davez_uk @MarsdenmoorNT the very first frame #proud partnership with The National Trust sponsored by @… Posted by Framing the Landscape on Monday, 20 March 2017
Absolutely wonderful colours out on the moors this morning, above Marsden Moor, National Trust with the misty cloud moving across the landscape devouring roads in its wake ….adding drama to the vista.
No words required ….. just a stunning sunset through the frame Click on the link to find directions to Marsden Moor NT frame
Today the frame at Marsden Moor celebrates its 2nd Birthday since its installation on the 14th April 2014 and we couldn’t be prouder. Foot prints surround the base of the frame where others have stood to enjoy the view and…
Hear and see Yorkshire artist Ashley Jackson, founder of ‘Framing the landscape’ explain his passion for art and Yorkshire as a young man. Now at 75 years old the message is still the same, if you have a talent for…
Wedneday 16th March was a very special day, as Yorkshire watercolour artist Ashley Jackson undertook a master class with a difference. Children from St Peter’s C of E school Brotton joined Ashley in Newton Wood at the location of the…
Great to see the Frame at Brimham Rocks on the National Trust website. Please follow the link to view all the things to do and see whilst visiting Brimham Rocks and don’t forget to tweet us your photographs @framinglandsc or…