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Winter, Whitby Abbey

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  • Hand produced by traditional 'wet' photography methods
  • The nature of the toning process ensures that each print is unique
  • Prints are supplied signed by the photographer
  • Print sizes available: 12x9, 16x12 and 20x16 inches
  • Window Mounted- double matte backed
  • Optional Black frame

Winter, Whitby Abbey. Strong windswept sky over distant Abbey at dusk.

Whitby, the port where Captain Cook became a seaman lies in North Yorkshire on the mouth of the river Esk. The river flows through a narrow gully to reach the sea. On the cliffs above sit these ruins of Whitby Abbey founded by St. Hilda in AD 658. The famous Synod of Whitby was held here in AD 664. The first recorded Saxon poet, Caedmon, lived and worked there.