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Coast to Coast I. Storm clouds over the Irish Sea.

Coast to Coast IV. Forestry in the Lake District.

Coast to Coast V. Low cloud in the Lake District.

Coast to Coast VI. Stone wall in the Lake District.

Coast to Coast VII. Great Gable in the Lake District.

Coast to Coast VIII. Parting clouds in the Lake District.

Coast to Coast IX. Wast Water in the Lake District.

Coast to Coast XI. Footbridge over the M6.

Coast to Coast XII. Stone Breaker at Bunton Hush, Yorkshire Dales.

Coast to Coast XVI. Footpath arrows near Richmond.

Coast to Coast XIX. Barley field in the Vale of Mowbray.

Coast to Coast XXIII. Rubbish bag near Robin Hood's Bay

Coast to Coast XXIV. Lighthouse overlooks the North Sea.

This series of twenty four photographs were made during a 20 day 340km solo backpacking trip in May 2011 from the Irish Sea at St Bees to the North Sea at Whitby. My route was based loosely on Wainwright’s classic walk joining the Lake District National Park, the Yorkshire Dales with and the North York Moors National Park. The main additions I made to his route included walking over and camping amongst the summits in the Lakes rather than following the valleys, which added 4 days travel time to the official route, and ending the walk at Whitby, as it seemed a more satisfying end to me than Robins Hood Bay. Of the 20 days travelling I had a lot of storms as you can see in the photos. These became especially frisky during the Yorkshire Dales section – which resulted in the scarcity of photos during this section. I normally think poor weather leads to more interesting photos but here the limit was reached! I hope these photos show an intimate portrayal of the drama and allure of the English Landscape an environment that, for me at least, manages to never look familiar.

All prints 42x58cm, Giclee Print on Cotton Rag, edition of 25 +1 A/P

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Photographs © Quintin Lake 2011

Nick Barnett preparing my Arctic Landscape alu float frame prints for delivery at Bayeux, London

Reverse of the frame showing the aluminium channel that spaces the print off the wall

More info on these frames and photos of how they look on the wall. More info on the Arctic Landscape series

Selected images in my Archive are available as large format Lightjet Prints for display as wall art.

About the Aluminium Float Frame Lightjet Prints

Lightjet are archival quality traditional photographic prints produced from digital source with laser light. The prints are laminated on a 4mm aluminium backing panel and aluminium sub-frame providing an absolutely flat surface. The frameless print appears to float 20mm off the surface of the wall. The 4mm edge of the aluminium panel is brushed raw aluminium. The print surface is sealed with a satin finish to protect from damage.

Available sizes

90x60cm lightjet print mounted on aluminium with aluminium sub-frame and seal

100x150cm lightjet print mounted on aluminium with aluminium sub-frame and seal

Sealed photograph laminated onto Aluminium gives a reflection-free absolutely flat image

90x60cm Print appears to float in front of wall, fitting in with modern decor. Angle of view also shows satin lamination.

Detail of corner of 100x150cm print showing print laminated to aluminum backing panel and aluminium sub-frame behind

Photography © Quintin Lake, 2010

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