On the 6th of December 2015 the United Kingdom was subjected to the wrath of Storm Desmond.
Much of the North of England was subjected to torrential rain and winds, with hundreds of homes, businesses and properties flooded and destroyed. In the North of England's Yorkshire Dales National Park stands "Malham Cove".
Visited each year by many hundreds of thousands of visitors, Malham Cove is an icon in The Yorkshire Dales.
On the morning of 6th December 2015, after days of torrential rain, Malham Cove produced, for the first time in living memory, a Waterfall cascading from its 260ft height, for a few hours, making it the highest "single drop waterfall" above ground in England.
This waterfall has not been seen in over 200 years and many believe will never be seen again.
The Photograph we were lucky enough to take of this amazing spectacle was seen by many news agencies worldwide and featured on the websites of many more news reporting companies.
This is your chance to own a stunning original water color print of this Waterfall for you to almost be able to witness this once in a lifetime occurrence. Only 2 prints will be made of this particular image, after they have sold, there will be no more available to purchase.
Produced from our original photographs in Watercolor style, the image is then printed on brilliant white Seawhite 225gsm Watercolor paper with Epson Pigment inks (75 year lifespan)
Acid Free 225gsm Watercolour Paper, unframed