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  • Large Format Dutch Cambo IDE 5x4 plate camera with 65mm lens, using
    Kodak panchromatic film (Tech-Pan) rated at 20asa to allows for longer shutter levels
  • Giclée print on 310gsm Ilford Galerie Gold Fibre Silk art paper
  • Limited edition of 75 prints supplied c/w Authentication Certificate signed and numbered by the artist
  • Print size 8x10 and 12x15 inches supplied Window Mounted on Conservation Grade Board plus Four framing options also available

Dramatic View by Steve Gale. Porth Nanven -also known as Cot Valley Beach is in the far west of Cornwall- It is sometimes referred to as 'Dinosaur Egg Beach' because of a remarkable deposit of ovoid boulders covering the beach and foreshore.

These weirdly shaped boulders were formed by the sea some 120,000 years ago. Sea levels have changed several time since then and are now much lower than they were then, causing the ancient beach to be suspended in the cliff high above the present level