Timeless images of the Moors
PHOTOGRAPHER Charles Twist, who is based in Saltburn, has created a series of timeless images of the North York Moors using photographic and printing processes of the Victorian era. The sepia pictures were created using a printing method originally developed in the 1840s and the result is reminiscent of both etchings and watercolours. “The images hold as few traces of time as possible,” says Twist. “These pictures are timeless... in the literal sense of being outside time.” The pictures are on display at Inspired By... Gallery in Danby from March 6-31.