Deep in the Lake District, this photograph was shot well at 4:30am one cold summer morning in 2018. I waited several days before the right conditions: cold, mostly clear, and no wind. Everything lined up and I was treated to crystal clear reflections with just enough cloud to balance the scene out. The soft lighting didn’t last long as the sun began to illuminate the scene as sunrise approached and the winds slowly picked up causing ripples in the water. What resulted from the long exposure was this peaceful image of the Langdale Pikes perfectly reflected in Blea Tarn. Available for pre-order, shipping starting in early January.
Blea Tarn at Blue Hour, A2 (594mm x 420mm), Limited Edition of 10
Printing: All my prints use Ilford Studio Satin 250gsm, a high quality acid-free archive grade professional inkjet paper, and pigment inks. They are individually signed and numbered before being wrapped in a protective layer of acid-free tissue paper. In addition, a short description and caption of the image is included on tracing paper before carefully rolling and shipping the final image in a poster tube.
Dimensions: A2 paper (594mm x 420mm), image printed with a 15mm white border.
Limited Edition of 10.
Please allow 1-2 weeks for production of print.