Artist's description:

Due to their ever changing nature I find our coastlines a fascinating photographic subject. The forces of nature mean they’re never the same twice. Part of this ‘coastal process’ is erosion. The 1/5 second shutter speed used on this photograph represents Hydraulic action erosion as waves crash into rock producing mechanical weathering.

This unnamed sea stack is situated between Marsden Rock and Souter Lighthouse on the South Tyneside coast.

Materials used:

Fuji Crystal Archive

North Seas Study - Geology-3 - Unnamed Sea Stack (2015)

$75.66

  • Black & white photograph (C-Type), Paper
  • From a limited edition of 50
  • Size: 12 × 12 in (unframed) / 11.75 × 11.75 in (actual image size)
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