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Towan Treasure


“On the southern most tip of Gerrans Bay on the Roseland peninsula, hidden just a few minutes’ walk from Porth Farm, lies Towan Beach. It sits in the lee of prevailing south westerly winds, attracting families who gather on the sand and shingle. Many come with their dogs, who are allowed here all year round. Seals swim in the surf, and rock pools emerge at low tide. If it has been an easterly wind, mountains of seaweed can pile up on the beach, which might make you think twice about settling down, but go for a rummage and you will find breathtakingly beautiful specimens of seaweed amongst the less endearing brown mass – Towan Treasure.” – Hilary Stock

Location:Towan Beach, nr Portscatho, Cornwall | medium: giclée photographic print on Fotospeed archival art paper | size: 47.5cms x 64.5cms x 4.5cms | limited edition: 25 | ref: HARB-014




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.