Henry Iddon climbed 53 Lakeland summits spending a total of 44 days and nights on the mountains to capture the images for Spots of Time his body of work taken from the summits of the Lake District peaks at night or very early morning between November 2005 and February 2007.
Spots of Time, the exhibition, is running at The Wordsworth Trust's 3°W Gallery, at Dove Cottage, Grasmere, until September 2008 and it is FREE to visit. You can purchase the book Spots of Time at the exhibition or online.
This is Henry's story about taking these photographs.
Read Natural Magic and Moonlight by Paul Hill MBE, Professor of Photography, part of the foreword to Henry Iddon's book Spots of Time. This essay puts into context Henry's work looking back at the history of photography, the British Romanticism movement, landscape painting and photography in the Lake District and the rise of digital photography.