Scarborough headland from Scalby Ness
810 x 305 mm
Hannmuhle etching 140 Lbs ( 300 gsm)
One walk from Scalby towards Scarborough by the cliff path which forms part of the Cleveland Way, just before you descend to Scalby Mills . The bright yellow of the oil seed in the forground broken by the cliff face and green belt before another field of oil seed. Magical. This is perhaps the longest lino print I've ever completed, some 800 mm long, just about the largest lino block I could fit on the Albion. The geese did fly past, so they were added to the skyline.