Yorkshire — the county where God settled
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Landscape and portrait photographer Dave Zdanovich from Bradford, UK, has published his first book "The County of Yorkshire in Photographs". In it you can see a series of magical and stunningly beautiful photos of the county in all its glory.
Dave says that he idolizes the art of photography and longs to capture every beautiful moment of life with the help of a camera. By the way, Zdanovich bought his first camera in July 2013 and has not parted with it since then.
And most importantly, Zdanovich's passion for landscape photography helped him see what a beautiful country he lives in, otherwise he would never have known about the existence of some places.
The photo shows the Ribblehead Viaduct across the Ribble River Valley. Working as a photographer, Zdanovich traveled the length and breadth of England.
Zdanovich admits that he decided to publish the book thanks to the numerous requests of subscribers in social networks. In the photo — Bolton Abbey.
The photo shows Malham, North Yorkshire.
The photo shows Malham, North Yorkshire. According to Zdanovich, you can find something special in every corner of Yorkshire.
Wharf in the town of Whitby.
In the photo-Settle, North Yorkshire. In January, Dave Zdanovich won the BBC Countryfile's Winter Landscape Readers ' Award for winter rural landscapes.
Limestone cliffs in Malham.
Stoodley Pike Monument, Todmorden, West Yorkshire.
The village of Hoert, most famous for the fact that the famous English writers the Bronte sisters were born there.
Titus Salt Textile Factory in the village of Saltair.
Photographer Dave Zdanovich: "Now I understand why Yorkshire is considered one of the most visited places on the planet."
The cover of a photo book, which costs about $ 22.