A local professional photographer is to have many of his impressive aerial and land-based landscape images exhibited in Worcester Cathedral’s historic Chapter House.

Michael Whitefoot, who lives near Martley, will exhibit 40, large-scale wall canvases of his work, marking his third exhibition at the Cathedral.

It will take place from October 29 to December 4.

The photographs include many well-known Worcestershire landmarks, such as Worcester Cathedral and the Malvern Hills, as well as eye-catching vistas from further afield.

During the exhibition visitors will be able to purchase any of the canvases, which range from £45-£70, by asking at the Worcester Cathedral shop. Other canvas sizes will also be available on enquiry.

Michael said: “Usually my work appears in shops on items such as postcards, gifts and jigsaw puzzles, plus I’ve recently published four books of Worcestershire, Herefordshire, Wales and Cotswolds landscapes. So it will be exciting to see my photos in an art gallery context again.”

Michael's photography exhibition is free to visit, and will be open in Worcester Cathedral’s Chapter House (off the Cloisters) from October 29 to November 4 during normal Cathedral opening hours (unless in use for short private events).

For a taster of Michael’s work, visit www.michaelwhitefoot.co.uk