Abandoned on the exposed cliffs of the Cornwall Coast and battered by the Atlantic, the Botallack Tin Mine stands as a monument to a bygone era of uncomprehensible hardship for those who worked in their dark and dangerous depths. Ragged, black rock rises up from the ocean, telling a story of fortunes won, the despair of lives lost and the inevitable tide of change.
All Brook Rushton works are printed on Hahnemuhle Ultra Smooth Photo Rag 308gsm Fine Art Paper. By request, we also use Centurion Metallic stock for a shimmering 3D effect, ideal for Face Mounting.
We print to the highest possible standards with impeccable archival image quality. Our expert framing maintains the same quality, using only the best available materials.
The iconic seaside view atop Whitby's 199 steps at dusk. A gorgeous town steeped in history and simply wonderful to photograph. View full product details
A late blush of summer colour in the sky over the beautiful English seaside town of Brighton. The charred remains of the old Brighton Pier... View full product details
First light perched above the chalky white cliffs of Durdle Door, Jurassic Coast UK View full product details