This image was made from the pier on the island of Shapinsay as we departed after a wonderful stay at Balfour Castle. The tower is known locally as the Douche and was originally built in the seventeenth century as a dovecot, but converted in Victorian times into a saltwater shower. Salt water was considered beneficial but the temperature of these northern waters was disagreeable, so showering in heated seawater was the ingenious solution.
 A4 and A3 (210x297mm and 297x420mm)


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Giclée Print

  • All prints are limited edition Giclée prints and are quality controlled by the artist before being numbered and signed.
  • All prints are produced on premium quality archival paper.
  • Prices Shown are for Prints only  - but I can also supply pre-mounted, matted and shipped in a protective acetate sleeve. Please contact me for further details if you require this extra service. 

Limited Edition

Each listed print will be part of a limited edition of 75. On completion of each edition the master file is destroyed and the edition closed.   


Prints are made to order and will be shipped in 1-2 weeks following the receipt of an order. Shipping within the UK will be via Royal Mail Special Delivery but please contact us for shipping options to other countries.  


I offer my prints with a full refund guarantee. If you are not 100% happy when you receive your prints then I will refund the sale value of the prints, excluding shipping costs, on return of the prints in their original condition. Prints must be returned within 1 month of receipt.