Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Cornish photography

St.ives harbour, low tide.

What with Cornwall's fishing, mining and farming being up the spout local cornish people have suddenly turned to photography to help bring home the bacon. They are using much the same methods as with the old crafts but just utilising them elsewhere. Going far distances to gain a catch to bring home as in fishing. Delving deeper into the subject to obtain better quality material as they would have down the mines and working year round growing collections of photo's for the whole community to feast upon. This particular print is £265 framed plus postage and packaging, hahaha. Buy now for quick delivery......

1 comment:

St Ives Birds & Photo Journal said...

Mining's scat, Fishing's scat, Farming's scat. So it'll be back to wrecking then me 'ansomes.