The River Glaven as it heads out to sea over the marshes. (2012)
Open Edition – Giclée Printed 6″ x 9″ on A4 Hahnemuhle Art Rag.
Supplied flat in a cello bag with backing board, in a rigid board-backed envelope.
Printed using Giclée Lucia Pigment inks
“…The other way, this north coast was different, past the Victoriana of Cromer and Sheringham the coast changes fast; Weybourne, Kelling, Salthouse and over towards Wells, the beaches stopped being all about sand and erosion and started being shingle and deposition. We went up up there occasionally usually crabbing forays, my mum and her friend and me and Jez, with a couple of old brewing buckets, a wooden reel, twine, hook and a bag of bacon offcuts, trying to fill the bucket with small green crabs could easily see the death of a day, our mums sitting outside a cafe nearby smoking endless No6 and chewing the fat out of the afternoon. The only forays to Morston and Blakeney were usually with school, out in a boat, cold sweat in a cagoule the spray off the bow of the seal boats stiffening your skin and hair, salting your lips, watching the fat sea dogs watching us from the shingle spit.”
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