Mother Ivey's Bay is a sheltered cove tucked away behind Trevose Head on the North Coast of Cornwall. Popular with tourist in the summer months and frequented by bodyboarders and seals seeking shelter from storm swells during the winter. In the distance is the RNLI Padstow Lifeboat Station built in 2006.
I've created a version with and without bodyboarders as I understand that not everyone is as mad about bodyboarding as I am!
✓ Archival quality print
✓ Printed on thick, textured Hahnemühle German Etching fine art paper
with Epson Ultrachrome™ HDR pigment ink
✓ Open edition, hand signed and titled in pencil by Laurie McCall
✓ Available in framed and unframed options
✓ Framed prints are professionally framed by The Cornish Framing Company in bespoke, handmade, solid wood box frames.