Holy Island Lindisfarne
HOLY ISLAND, LINDISFARNE, NORTHUMBERLAND Also known by its Celtic name as Lindisfarne, Holy Island is accessible only at low tide, twice daily, by a three mile long causeway, built in 1954.
Holy Island was one of the principle centres of Christianity during the Dark Ages and was given to St Aidan in AD635 by the King of Northumbria.
This frame was shot towards the end of a beautiful summer's day when everything was calm and peaceful.
The camera was mounted very low on the tripod to make the most of the calm waters within the bay. (Hasselblad X-Pan, Fuji film)
Open edition Giclée print, on block canvas, kiln dried hardwood frame
Mounted size: 31 x 100 cms
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