Ordinance Survey's cartographers and tourists know it as Porth Joke. The locals know it as Pollyjoke. All I know is that this Cornish gem is a wondrous place to visit on a sunny afternoon in May. For, under azure blue skies, the cliffs and ledges shine with a glowing blanket of wild flower colours.
In this long exposure image, I simply wanted to express the wild beauty of the place.
This image is ideally suited to reproduction, either as an unframed acrylic glass artwork, or perhaps as a framed 3D acrylic that has a deep 5.5cm frame with the image recessed inside the front edge. This would work to draw the foreground fauna 'into' the room.
The drop down menu below lists the unframed options, but if you would like to discuss the 3D version and see examples of the format, feel free to use the Contact Me section, or call me during office hours on 01637 831251. For international calls use +44 1637 831251.
Location: Porth Joke, Cornwall
Photographer: Chris Simmons