Jonathan Wragg, from Huddersfield, began taking pictures as a hobby during a difficult time in his life.

He said: " I took up walking last year after a suggestion by my GP to give it a go when I said I didn't want to end up back on medication during a bad bout of depression.

"I quickly found out that walking helped but I was taking twice as long during my walks because every few yards my mobile
was out of my pocket and I was taking snaps of everything from a leaf, ducks on the canal, old rusty country gates to shots of the beautiful landscape we are fortunate enough to have surrounding us here, so a three hour walk along the canal to Marsden would take six.

"My mum Jackie always said I had a natural talent for photography but I used to think that it was just one of those things mums say. Sadly we lost her to cancer in March and after that awful experience, I decided to take my photography more seriously and set up a Twitter account, Facebook page and website to show my photographs.

"I've now moved from using my camera phone and use a Canon 600d DSLR camera and my walks have got a lot more adventurous. I love walking off the beaten track and discovering new views.

"I am also now a member of the Ramblers Association and I was interviewed about using walking to fight depression for the online edition of their magazine. Since the article was published, I have received nothing but praise for being fully open about my illness and the article has even been described as inspirational which I'm trying hard to take in.

See more of Jonathan's work here.

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