What is it about sunsets? I think it's the ever changing tableau before the eyes that draws me to them.
We'd had some dull evenings on a short late summer trip to the southern French city of Montpellier. On this day the clouds broke in the late afternoon so we set off for a walk along the beach. Driving back to our rented house the setting sun started to catch our eye, so we parked up for 15 minutes beside one of the lagoons that separate the city from the sea, as the rapidly diminishing light created the scenes in this and the accompanying two images.
As with all my images of this size, this is dry mounted on a backing board to avoid wrinkling in future. A double mount inside a black or white contemporary box frame sets this image off beautifully.
I prepare this picture slightly offset towards the top of the frame.
Alternative sizes, print methods and substrates are available. For example:
42" x 18" premium quality 100% cotton stretched canvas ready to hang: £175 (secondary image in listing)
18" x 8" Giclée print on Hahnemühle photorag paper in a 22” x 16” contemporary box frame: £195
Lambda C-Type print on Fuji archival photographic paper