2012 – My year in pictures

As 2012 draws to a close I thought I would share a round up of some of the pictures that I’ve shot during the last year.

The pictures come from various news events including some that made the national or regional newspapers  – some serious and others not so serious.

Pictures from amazing days of incredible surf, to portraits and Jubilee celebrations, from the unusual and the humerous to the tragic and sad, from pictures of personal loss to Goths and steelworkers and from naked royalty made of wool to Damon Albarn and Betty Boo!

It’s been a busy and eventful year for sure with hopefully more to come next year…

There’s quite a few here, so sit back, grab a brew and enjoy the pictures.

All the best for 2013,



(*Click on the first image to view then use the arrow keys to navigate through them)

All images remain copyright Ian Forsyth 2012. All rights reserved. No reproduction, usage or sharing without permission.


Published by ian forsyth photography

Press and Documentary photographer covering the North of England. Stringer & contributor for Getty Images News. Prints are available to buy on my website.

4 thoughts on “2012 – My year in pictures

  1. Really enjoyed the pictures Ian. The many humorous one’s made me smile, I liked life in/around Saltburn especially around the Jubilee. I continue to enjoy the landscapes of the various weather on the beach and on Huntcliff. However the one that moved me was the picture of your partner and your daughter Rose. It was very moving image and brave of you to take the picture (and post it). I hope you are both doing okay despite your loss. Looking forward to seeing more of your work next year. All the best for 2013, Damien.


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