Tiny landscapes appear as mountains on an outgoing tide at sunset. Formations set by receding water create minuscule hill ranges in a line, catching the light. Constantly subjected to the erosional force of the ocean working to tear them down, their form, structure and alignment are always changing. The idea was to fool the observer in to thinking these 'mountains' are bigger than they look.
The LANDFORM gallery is numbered 1 to 3. This series was awarded Highly Commended in the 2018 Photographer of the Year (Landscape). The DARK PATH gallery is numbered 4 to 6. Please state your number in the email if you are interested in purchasing one. These photographs are available in size 20x35" / 50x90cm and printed on metallic paper, unframed with a white border.