I was on the Millennium Bridge in London when I saw this man wearing a trilby hat walking towards Tate Modern. Something about the tones and architecture captured my attention, so I walked in pace with him selecting a slower than usual shutter speed, then he put his hand to his hat to stop it blowing away and there was my shot! The deliberate softness strips the modern era out of the frame and this could tell a story from a different era. The print is mounted in a conservation grade mount board and will fit a standard 50x40cm frame (not supplied). All materials are archival and the print is signed and number by Paula.
Giclee print on 325gsm Hahnemuhle FineArt Baryta paper