The Carlin Craigs – Scotland
This captivating scene unfolds along the untamed Eastern wild coast of Scotland during the enchanting embrace of late Spring. As a landscape photographer, I immerse myself in the vast Scottish territory, tirelessly seeking out awe-inspiring scenery that speaks to the soul. It was during one of these intrepid expeditions that I stumbled upon this remarkable location.
Unusually, I had not preconceived this shot—no meticulously planned tide schedule or precise weather forecast. I embarked on this particular journey with an open mind, solely driven by my passion for exploring the potential hidden within the North Sea coastline. The path leading to the beach was closed due to a recent landslide, creating an obstacle that would have deterred many. However, equipped with utmost caution and an unwavering determination, I cautiously descended the treacherous cliffs, eager to witness the unseen.
The bay brimmed with countless possibilities, but the low tide posed a formidable challenge, making it arduous to compose a harmonious frame. Yet, amid the swirling elements, my gaze was drawn to an exquisite alignment of rocks, gracefully crowned by the majestic sea stack known as the Carlin Craigs. With the tide steadily rising, I made a deliberate choice to employ a long exposure technique, immersing the viewer in the profound tranquility emanating from this sacred place.
Gazing upon the resulting image, one can sense the ethereal connection between earth, sea, and sky. The horizon line, delicately separating the azure waters from the vast heavens above, becomes a mere whisper in the stillness. Amid the ebb and flow of the tides, a sublime equilibrium is reached, captivating even the Kittiwakes perched serenely upon the rugged stack, seemingly frozen in time.
Limited edition, numbered & signed
This mounted photograph is only available in a limited edition of 10 copies. Each piece is numbered, signed and comes with a certificate of authenticity.
This photograph is printed on a 100% cotton museum-grade Fine Art Platinum 310gsm Canson paper offering the aesthetic and feel of the original F-Type Baryta Fibre paper, having a true pure white tone without using optical brighteners that are known to affect the longevity of digitally produced images. The surface finish is satin with a slight texture. This paper shows excellent black density and exceptional grey tones, which is perfect for the more discerning black and white as well as colour photographic prints.
This photograph is printed from an archival inkjet printer, and It uses pigment ink which, combined with the Canson Fine Art paper, offers a lightfastness rating of over 100 years, meaning the print will retain its original quality for over 100 years when looked after (Learn how to look after your Fine Art print).
This mounted photograph is available in 3 sizes so it will fit any already decorated room. The offered sizes are of the mounted work, ready to be framed.
$225.00 – $825.00