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This photograph features a lifebuoy hanging on a wire fence with Flood's Ferry Bridge in the background.  The lifebuoy represents and reflects the evening sun, whilst the viewer just sees the dark, storm filled clouds hanging in the sky behind.

This is a photograph from a collection of 36, born from an idea to produce a set of photographs that followed The Meridian Line and its route through Cambridgeshire, one for each minute of Latitude. The images would go through, over and under whatever came in the path of the camera’s lens and through the Fens would involve people and communities throughout Cambridgeshire, many in isolated locations.

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This artwork is a limited edition gloss photographic print, presented in a museum board white window mount and a choice of black or white box frame made professionally in the UK, framed prints are dry-mounted to aluminium. It is signed and numbered on reverse accompanied by a certificate of authenticity. 

Handmade to order.

Please note that the size listed refers to the image size. Mounting and framing will increase the final size of the artwork.

This photograph captures a hanging lifebuoy, wire fence, and a river in flood, situated at 0°00' longitude and 52°31' N latitude at Flood's Ferry Bridge, Cambridgeshire, 2000. With its detailed imagery evoking a sense of place, this print is sure to add interest and atmosphere to any space.