“Mousehole, described by Dylan Thomas as “the loveliest village in England”, sits nestled into the coastline towards the end of Cornwall. Every other year, the “Sea Salts and Sails” festival celebrates the village’s maritime past, and its identity as a working fishing village. The harbour fills with luggers, crabbers and gaffers – boats which would have characterised the fishing fleet in years gone by. These restored and cherished vessels are objects of beauty, the intricate detail of their rigging a feast for the eyes, and the camera.” – Hilary Stock
Location: Mousehole, Cornwall | medium: giclée photographic print on Fotospeed archival art paper | size: 47.5cms x 64.5cms x 4.5cms | limited edition: 25 | ref: HARB-012
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.