St Kilda /Richard Gaston/

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Sailing under the cliffs of Boreray, St Kilda – the highest sea cliffs in the UK. Four attempts it had taken to reach this archipelago. Situated 100 miles to the west of the Scottish mainland, these remote islands are difficult to reach and can only be accessed 6 months of the year in ideal conditions.

 

✓ The breathtaking photo of Scottish nature
✓ Printed on 250gsm digital silk paper
✓ Hand signed and numbered
✓ Limited edition of 5
✓ Free worldwide shipping

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Unframed museum quality photo print
Size — 21×29.7cm
Paper — lumi by Stora Enso, 250gsm digital silk
Ink — Ricoh toner
Hand signed and numbered
Limited edition of 5

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Photographed by /Richard Gaston/

I am a photographer originally from the countryside in Scotland. My work holds a preference in utilizing natural light and color aiming to illustrate experiences literally as I see them, documenting the peaceful combination of nature and man through composition and the element of secludedness. Throughout my imagery lies a vast sense of overwhelming landscape surrounding the micro aspect of mankind, conveying insignificance and feebleness in the face of epic landscape.

Richard Gaston

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Photographed by /Richard Gaston/

Richard-Gaston-neim-creative-house

I am a photographer originally from the countryside in Scotland. My work holds a preference in utilizing natural light and color aiming to illustrate experiences literally as I see them, documenting the peaceful combination of nature and man through composition and the element of secludedness. Throughout my imagery lies a vast sense of overwhelming landscape surrounding the micro aspect of mankind, conveying insignificance and feebleness in the face of epic landscape.

Richard Gaston

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