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Early Morning in Westwoods


“My favourite time to go into the woods is in the depths of winter, when the frost lies thick on the ground, and the cold of the previous night hangs heavily in the air. If you are there early enough to catch the sun coming up over the horizon, magic happens. The long rays reflect off the icy forest floor and light up a mystical world of shape and character. I find myself standing still, watching in awe as the scenery changes around me. It is a moment that passes, and then the sun climbs up into the wintery sky.” – Hilary Stock

Location: Westwoods, nr Marlborough, Wiltshire | size: 86cms x 48cms x 3.5cms | medium: giclée photographic print on Fotospeed archival art paper | limited edition: 25 | ref: WILT-007

Mounted artpaper with floating strips in a beech wood frame. All pictures can be made to bespoke sizes and in a variety of materials.