AN exhibition by Pickering-based landscape photographers RJB Photographic has opened at Scarborough’s Stephen Joseph Theatre.

Established in 2006, RJB Photographic is husband-and-wife team Richard and Janet Burdon.

They say: “Based on the edge of the North York Moors, we’re drawn to wild and remote places like the moors and the rugged Yorkshire coastline, though often venture to even more remote places like the Western Isles of Scotland and the Arctic regions of Norway and Greenland.

“Our photography ranges from dramatic coastal sunrises and sunsets to subtler subjects like a misty dawn over a lake, but our true passion is for the simple atmospheric almost minimal winter monochrome images we shoot locally. For us the stark simplicity of a lone tree in a field of snow is a work of art itself. Using light as the fundamental element our work tries to convey a feeling for the ever-changing seasons across this sometimes harsh but diverse and beautiful landscape.”

It is open from 10am to 6pm, Mondays to Saturdays, except during show times, until February 10. Entry is free.