Cathedral Rocks


Cathedral Rocks, Acaill, Contae Mhaigh Eo

The view south from Slievemore Court Tomb. A wonderful view in any conditions, on this day I was battered by strong winds.

The Cathedral Rocks are the upsweep of rock at the water’s edge, slightly to the right of centre. I don’t actually know why they’re called that and I’m going to avoid the temptation to make something up (this time).

Limited edition of 50.

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This print is produced to archival standard on Hahnemühle paper (Photo Rag Baryta 315gsm) using pigmented UltraChrome K3 inks from Epson. The print has a large white border surround which is signed and numbered underneath by Aled.

Prints are shipped sandwiched in hardboard to ensure that they arrive flat and in pristine condition. Prints are usually posted the following working day.

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