The Pictures On Our Site
Many of the pictures on the Visit Harrogate website have been donated by keen photographers around the area, both professional and amateur.
Their generiosity has allowed us to show the wealth of rich gardens, natural features, beautiful villages, thriving towns and breathtaking landscapes that make up this fantastic area.
Visit Harrogate would like to sincerely thank them all and encourage you to look over these examples of their work, and visit their webpages.
Charlotte is a professional photographer local to Knaresbrough with great local knowledge and a wonderful eye for both the natural and the man-made beauty that fills this part of Yorkshire. She has a great eye that sees Harrogate District just how we do.
Charlotte sells calendars and other items featuring her beautiful photography from her online shop.
Harrogate Photographic Society
This local group meets weekly, and captures some stunning images that really highlight the beauty of the Harrogate District. They welcome members of all level of experience, and have a number of subgroups that focus on particular aspects of Photography. You can visit their website and see just a small example of their work via the link above. They also have a calendar of events of both their own work and of guest photogrpahers.
Paul Harris was also the official photographer during the building of the Coldstones Cut in Nidderdale, his book of images from the project gives a wonderful insight in the creation of this unique sculpture in the heart of the Nidderdale AONB.
A selection of images from this project can be viewed on his site.
Visit Harrogate would like to thank the following organisations for the use of their pictures on our site.
The National Trust
We have three iconic and quite distinct National Trust sites within our district, and the trust has been incredibly generous in granting us the use of their images. Through working with their teams we are able to promote the district and the fabulous treasures they care for.
Harrogate International Centre