Fine art prints

This is a listing of the photographic prints I have featured on this website. My entire catalogue of images can be found in my gallery.
For full details of print quality, sizes and choices, visit my prints page.

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Wood anemone

July 9, 2012

in Flora & fauna

Wood anemones (Anemone nemorosa) are one of the earliest, and most delicate, of spring wildflowers. They hold their pristine white flowers well above their leaves on fine stems, so they nod and shiver in the slightest breeze. These were growing in Dunsford Nature Reserve, on the edges of Dartmoor National Park. The nature reserve is rightly famous for its swathes of wild daffodils which carpet the clearings in spring. I can’t help but prefer the anemone, though. They arrive a few weeks before the daffodils (and the crowds) with their greenery carpeting the woodland, over boulders and tree roots and down to the edge of the rushing River Teign, filling the woodland with white stars.

To keep the attention on the flower I’ve kept the background simple and clean, and used a restrained colour treatment.

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Elender Cove 2

Devon coast

Just around the corner of Prawle Point, the most southerly tip of Devon, lies a couple of secluded sandy beaches […]

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Elender Cove

Devon coast

Just around the corner of Prawle Point, the most southerly tip of Devon, lies a couple of secluded sandy beaches […]

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Dartmoor ponies

Devon landscapes

Dartmoor ponies are semi-wild and perfectly adapted to the harsh weather and tough grazing on the moors. They have been […]

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North Teign River

Devon landscapes

The Teign River rises in the shadow of the tors on the heights of Dartmoor, then loops away to form […]

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Hartland sea

Devon coast

The coast around Hartland Point in north Devon has some of the most dramatic and wild scenery in the south […]

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