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Groynes at Hunstanton in Norfolk


“I often stop for a break at Hunstanton on my way round the North Norfolk coast. It’s my first encounter with the sea after a landlocked journey. The wooden groynes, built to hold back the movement of shingle, punctuate the shoreline. Over time, the relentless job of resistance wears them away, creating beautiful shapes and forms. I particularly love their starred tops, engrained with small stones. On a low tide, I can spend hours seeking out different patterns.” – Hilary Stock

Location: Hunstanton, Norfolk | size: 47.5cms x 64.5cms x 4.5cms | medium: giclée photographic print on Fotospeed archival art paper | edition: 25 | ref: WAND-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.