Down at Botallack, a late winter's afternoon passes with a promise of spring in the air. The colours in the atmospherics begin to warm and the sea takes on brighter aqua hues. I wanted to suggest this transition by keeping just a thin path of golden sunshine reflections to the left hand side. My eye was drawn by the shards of angled sunlight cutting through the breaking clouds and the precariously positioned engine houses down on the rocks. The sunny disposition of this image belies the area's darker past. One can only imagine what conditions the men, women, children and animals that laboured here must have witnessed and endured.
This image would be perfectly suited to reproduction as an unframed acrylic glass artwork. The textures, reflections and colours would positively 'sing'. You will find a range of size options in this format in the drop down menu below, which come as a 2mm thick 'glass' artwork.
However, there are 4mm and even 6mm thicknesses available. These add depth to the high definition image. So if you would like to discuss your options and see a high resolution version of the image, feel free to use the Contact Me section or call me on 01637 831251. International callers please use +44 1637 831251.
Location: Botallack, Cornwall
Photographer: Chris Simmons