Photograph by Roger Fenton (1819-1869) of Pendle Hill and the River Ribble, probably taken near the Yorkshire-Lancashire border during a trip made by Fenton in 1858, photographing parts of his family estates. Roger Fenton was a founding member of the Royal Photographic Society and one of the most influential photographers of the 1850s. He is best known as one of the first war photographers, from his work in the Crimea in 1855. However, he also took many highly-regarded photographs of the Royal Family and the collections of the British Museum as well as many superb landscapes, architectural studies and still lifes.
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