Penberth Cove sits on the Penwith peninsula some 6 miles or so from Penzance. It is one of a very few fishing coves that has kept its tranquility of a bygone era. When visiting on this particular day it was August and Cornwall was in its full swing of a busy holiday season, but on entering the cove you wouldnt have though it, the sea was gently lapping at the shore & the boats were moored up ready for the next days fishing, with its its steep sides I waited for the light to just dip behind and captured some images to work from. I hope to return and find it still in its unaltered tranquility.
This Original will be sent unframed due to the size & risk of glass breakage, it is available framed in the gallery on request
It will be gallery wrapped & double mounted using Peterboro Conservation Glacier White
Image Size 241 x 521mm
Mounted Size 405 x 680mm