The Hill of Swallows or Brown Willy as its also known is Cornwall’s highest point & this location has become one of my favourites to visit. Not least because it takes a good 45 min hike across the moors just to reach this very remote spot, on this particular trip I had quite an eventful run-in with a herd of cattle which resulted in a bruised leg and frayed nerves ! In trying to capture some of its rugged beauty I find evening time before the sun sets behind Garrow Tor a very beautiful time, peace and tranquility descends on the area and the sound of silence is deafening, a real treat for the senses.
This Original will be sent unframed due to the size & risk of glass breakage, it is currently available framed in the gallery for £1350.00.
It will be gallery wrapped & double mounted using Peterboro Conservation Glacier White
Image Size 610 x 355 mm
Mounted Size 545 x 800 mm