While visiting Wheal Betsy, the site of an ancient lead-silver mine in West Devon, I found this small thistle to act as a counterpoint to the tall chimney stack of the old engine house of the mine in the background. The photo was taken with a wide angle lens focused tightly onto the thistle at just 38cm distance to throw the chimney out of focus.
The work is advertised without mount or frame and signed in pencil in the bottom margin of the border together with the title and edition number. A secondary image shows what this will look like if you mount and frame into a 16" x 20" frame.
Giclée print on Hahnemuhle Photo Rag 308gsm fine art paper.