The ruins of the tiny chapel of St Michael, sit looking out towards the English Channel, as they have for the last 700 years. I deliberately kept the structure as small as possible in the image to emphasise its remoteness and how difficult it must have been to construct, let alone worship at over the centuries. One can only imagine the events it has witnessed over time.
Location - Rame Head, Heritage Coast, Cornwall, UK
This image was awarded Bronze at the 2017 Epson International Panormamic Awards
This fine art photography print is printed on high quality archival paper by a professional photography printing lab. Metallic paper provides exceptional sharpness, brightness, and colour saturation for a three dimensional effect. The deep clarity, vivid quality and black density creates striking visual appeal with a distinctive metallic eye-catching appearance.
This image will be custom framed using a comprehensive variety of traditional timber frames, mats and glass.
Every effort has been made to accurately attempt to represent the colours of the original images. However, due to the many differences in computer screens and certain other variations, the images here should only to be taken as a guide.