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Askrigg and Addleborough

Askrigg and Addleborough
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Reference:  BU05800AA4

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Photographs can be supplied as A4 or A3 prints or as digital copies, which will be sent by email. The online watermark does not appear in photographs purchased. All photographs are subject to copyright restrictions and may not be published without permission.


A car travels through the village of Askrigg heading towards Swaledale. The road passes through Askrigg Common and Oxnop Ghyll before emerging on the B6270 between Muker and Ivelet. Beyond the village it is possible to look over Wensleydale towards Addleborough, a former Roman lookout post.

Roger Nelson adds by email (2004):
This is a famous view, since it was painted several times, in different styles and at different times of the year, by the well-known Dales author and artist, Marie Hartley. Miss Hartley lived in the house on the far left with Ella Pontefract, and cooperated with her on the classic books 'Swaledale', 'Wensleydale' and 'Wharfedale', all first published (I think) in the 1930s. After Miss Pontefract's early death, Miss Hartley co-operated with Joan Ingilby on many more Dales books. Miss Ingilby died a couple of years ago, but Miss Hartley, at the time of writing, is still alive and sprightly in her nineties. I am sure Askrigg people will soon add to these brief details.

Edward Burgin adds by email (2007):
I live in the second house on the right looking down the hill.
Miss Hartley died on 10 May 2006, aged 100 and 6 months.

 

We use a high resolution 50 mega pixel Canon camera, mounted on a Guardian stand, which allows us to capture A0 plans comfortably without losing any clarity or definition.  Plans larger than A0 are digitally stitched using Adobe Photoshop by experienced reprographic staff.  Images are captured at a minimum resolution of 300dpi as TIFFS using Phase One capture software.

Paper copies at A4 and A3 size are printed on 120gsm high quality matt paper using good quality printing ink.

Paper copies larger than A3 (A2 up to A0) are printed on 170gsm high quality matt coated paper, using UV inks which do not fade or lose colour over time. 

Photographs are printed on 300gsm satin and gloss paper.

 

All orders will be dispatched within 3 working days

Free postage and packing on all photograph orders

Digital copies will be sent by email.

 

As items such as maps and photographs are made to your order, e.g. print size, number, we cannot accept returns if such goods conform to your order and the order confirmation unless they are damaged.