This a print of an image taken a bank of the River Lyd.
The wall you can see in the foreground marks the remains of an old mine workers building.
Tin mining was common in the area at one time and there are many shafts to enjoy falling down.
I was inspired in the day to see if I could capture the sunny joy and painterly feel of a 1920s railway poster.
This print is produced on 265gm Pro Gloss Paper by myself using a profession industrial strength Canon printer. The image has a white border and is unframed.
There is no watermark on the finished print.
Each print will be signed for authenticity, packaged in a cello wrapper and thence place into a cardboard backed envelope to send to the place you desire.