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Saturday, 11 May 2013

Joe's stunning view among works celebrating legacy of national parks

Joe Cornish's beautiful wintry image of Roseberry Topping is among the stunning photographs that make up an exhibition organised by the North York Moors National Park now on display at York Teaching Hospital. The exhibition features work by some of the country's best landscape photographers and has been organised to celebrate the legacy of Britain's national parks. Joe said: “The North York Moors is now the foundation of my work, the quiet background that keeps me close to nature. It is not fashionable, or flashy, or even easy to photograph. Rather, it is subtly beautiful, peaceful, spacious and never the same two days (or even hours) in a row. It is the essence of an English national park.”

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