We engaged a taxi whose driver was going to take us to "the most beautiful spot in Wales" otherwise known as Worm's Head. It was a misty rainy trip with side trips to look over the cliffs and a good bit of dodging sheep. When we reached our destination, we got out of the car and literally the mists rolled back revealing a beautiful panorama with a single white house far below near the beach.
The image is printed on Arches Hotpress watercolor paper with archival inks. It is packaged in a clear bag with matboard for support.
When the Mists Rolled Back Welsh giclee print listed in:
Artist's Gicleés & Reproductions