Porthmeor is an area of West Penwith I return to every year, be it Summer, Autumn, Winter or Spring. The area is steeped in history ranging from the Iron Age layout of the field systems to the recent mining history of the area, as just over the little stream at the bottom of the adjoing field is where they used to process material from the nearby mine. If you go down there you can still see the remnants of the mine workings, the water wheel fixing wall and the chimney from the Calciner.
This particular evening was a September one and the Blackberry blossom had emerged ready for the fruits later in the month. It was a lovely calm evening and I waited for when the light was just right & catching the boulders of the wall and the Blackberry blossom.
This at present is an original only and so no prints are available. It is framed using a lovely Ash frame, a very deep bevel white wooden inner mount and Peterboro Conservation Glacier White Mountboard
The size of the image of this original is 241mm x 343mm approx and framed it measures 425 x 530mm