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Blue Fisherman’s Hut


“Cape Cornwall can feel like the end of the earth, particularly when the mist is rolling in over the sea, the foghorn is sounding and no one is around. These weather conditions make it one of my favourite times to visit. A climb down in to the cove is well rewarded by the pleasure of the fishermen’s huts you find there. Tucked into the harsh environment of the cliffs, the huts are constructed out of driftwood and flotsam and used to store nets and treasure. Now a protected site, these little buildings are a celebration of ingenuity. This day was an unbelievable grey, and yet the blue sung out – a testament to the optimism of survival.” – Hilary Stock

Location: Priest’s Cove, Cape Cornwall | size: 47.5cms x 64.5cms x 4.5cms | medium: giclée photographic print on Fotospeed archival art paper | Limited edition: 25 | Ref: CORN-007

This picture features a grid of nine hand-folded images in a bespoke box frame with non-reflective Artglass. All pictures can be made in a range of sizes and materials. Please contact The Harbour Gallery in Portscatho, Cornwall for more information and to purchase directly.