A hand processed and printed image using traditional black and white photography techniques by photographer Jonathan Bradley from his series ‘Ephemerids’.
This photograph has had us all talking and trying to decide did the gull at Tynemouth split in half, or did it give a mate a piggy back halfway there? The textures of the sand and rocks are captured due to the image being hand processed using traditional film.
This is a hand processed and printed image using traditional black and white photography techniques by photographer Jonathan Bradley from his series ‘Ephemerids’. You can read more about the photographer and the series by clicking on the following.
How could we resist these striking frames especially when we love the Kiko Frames so. With the thick black frame and full glass inners they are perfect for photos, mementos, feathers, whatever takes your fancy! We would love to see some pictures of what you put in yours. Made of wood and glass Available in…
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