A set of three pictures from around Mortehoe.
Spring Gorse over Rockham Beach
April 2017 - The Gorse in springtime is a wonderful coastal feature in this area. Its yellow flowers can be extremely bright and when concentrated in one location can look really striking. Here is a beautiful example above Rockham beach. A glimpse of the beach can be seen in the middle of the picture. The coast path can also be seen winding its way over the rocks and towards Morte Point in the distance.
August 2016 - During the summer months, the sun will set over Morte Point when observing from the Woolacombe direction. On this day, the sun had set a few minutes before and the sky turned a beautiful red\pink. With a long exposure on the camera, the light trails of the cars going in opposite directions along the road match the colours in the sky perfectly.
Sunset over Morte Point
April 2017 - During the summer months, the sun sets over the tip of Morte Point when viewed from the Woolacombe direction. One of its many paths can be seen leading down towards a gate and the sheep in the distance. The yellow of the Gorse beautifully compliments the setting sun next to the Island of Lundy and the path leads you invitingly towards the orange glow.
Black Wood Framed Triple Mounted Picture - Mortehoe 1
Each individual picture is printed on high quality photo pearl paper and has a high resolution finish.
The full size of the mount is 400x500mm. The external size of the frame is larger.
Each apperture is 285x125mm.
The colour options for the mounts is either off-white or black. Both are slightly textured.
On the reverse of all mounts is a description of each picture including where and when they were taken. These match the descriptions on this website.
All mounts come signed with initials and place name written in pencil.