South Stack Lighthouse has been a friendly beacon for many climbing adventures on the sea cliffs of Gogarth and it’s foghorn has added drama to days where the inclement weather would have been enough to unsettle the nerves as you abseil down some of the biggest sea cliffs in the UK. From a photography point of view the concrete steps that take tourists down for the lighthouse tours provide a lovely lead in line that is then continued by the white stone wall that leads to the lighthouse itself. This is taken on a winters afternoon as the sun set towards Ireland.
This image is printed on Permajet Museum Heritage 310gsm paper.
As the name suggests, this paper has all the attributes to meet the museum standard of inkjet printing to create fine art prints in colour with a high degree of detail and pronounced texture.