Bow Fiddle Rock – Moray
On the north east coast of Scotland lies a small natural rock formation named Bow Fiddle Rock due to its unique shape – like a violin bow. The rock is a popular home to nesting seabirds and is an easily recognisable landmark for those walking the rugged coastline. I’ve tried to capture the scene during a beautiful Scottish sunrise, with most of the rock being in silhouette and just a few facets reflecting the early morning light. I love the colours in this print, they really remind me of the original Art Deco palettes used in the early travel posters.
- A4 (29.7cm x 21cm) - £12
- A3 (42cm x 29.7cm) - £20
- Printed using Epson Archival paper
- Epson DURABrite Ultra Pigment Ink
- All artwork is sent out 1st class via Royal Mail
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