Spots Of Time At Runcorn
Exhibition of night time Lake District photography now on.
Posted: 23 February 2010
North West-based OMers can see photographer Henry Iddon's Spots Of Time
at the Brindley Art Centre in Runcorn
and 27 March, 2010.
The exhibition is a thought-provoking collection of photographs taken
from the summits of Lake District mountains at night and the images
really are rather lovely mixing mountain landscapes with the distant,
warm glow of human habitation in the valleys below.
The shots evoke memories of Lakeland wild camps and late evening
descents from the fells and are, says Iddon, 'inspired by the themes
and philosophies of Wordsworth and the Romantic Poets - the
relationship between nature and human life, the power of the
If you want to know more about the inspiration behind the
images, Henry Iddon will be at a free artist's talk and reception at
the gallery on Saturday 13 March to speak about his work. Refreshments
will be served.
The gallery is open Monday to Friday 10am to 5pm and Saturday 10am to
3pm, closed on Sundays and public holidays.
More about Spots of Time at www.spots-of-time.co.uk
where you can view the images on an interactive map. Gallery
information at www.thebrindley.org.uk
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