Belfast Telegraph

Tuesday 2 September 2014

Wild and beautiful... photographer captures nature's many moods

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A stunning exhibition of work by one of the leading landscape photographers working in the UK is on show at the Outlet in Banbridge.

The creative talent of John Miskelly is showcased in the spectacular collection of photographs on display which show off some of the most rugged and picturesque scenes across the UK.

His style, which is instantly recognisable through the visual drama of his photographs, is born of a keen eye for the many moods of the natural landscape and a passion for the wilderness.

And his ability has been recognised in a number of prestigious awards, including the highly-regarded international Epson Pano Awards for 2012, in which he received one silver and two bronze awards.

The exhibition officially launched last week and will be available to view until June.

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