The small town of Vik sits at the southern tip of the Icelandic coastline. Its black basalt cliffs and beaches have formed immense columnar structures: Dyrhólaey. This sea arch has been carved by the ocean’s relentless erosion over time. Shooting at blue hour late in the evening allowed for a long thirty second exposure. The result is the smoothing of the waves, the clouds and a more peaceful image. This reflects the feeling I had looking upon this scene and the image I had visualised before capturing the photograph.
Dyrholaey, 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.