Pure white wild flower photograph

Fierce beauty I

Pure white wild flower photograph

This is the first in a series of wild flower photographs taken on the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path on a glorious spring day – size 40 x 26cm, availabe as a Giclée print on velvet soft Hahnemühle paper.

These beautiful flowers look so fragile and yet they were growing on the edge of a cliff facing out into the Atlantic Ocean where they are subjected to all weather. More appropriate still, to my perspective, was that they were growing in thick carpets just a few yards from a place marked as the spot where the mother of Saint David, a pagan icon of the sacred feminine, is said to have lived out her own resilient existence. On the same site are the remains of a megalithic stone arrangement and the springhead that is said to have first appeared when David was born during a fierce storm.

As a symbol of hardy femininity, the kind of resilience that keeps going in even the harshest of circumstances, these flowers seemed to speak volumes and I wanted to capture their fierce beauty in a series of painterly and subtle shots.


Fine art print 40 x 26 cm image size – £78.00 (UK delivery) – BUY NOW


Following payment, please contact me to confirm which print you have ordered and the correct delivery address. For international orders, please email me in advance to arrange a small surcharge.


Fine Art Giclée prints are produced using professional, fade-resistant Epson inks and a range of high quality papers, resulting in beautiful, fully archival prints with incredibly fine detail. Hahnemühle Photo Rag 308gsm paper has soft fibrous finish, much like a smooth watercolour paper, producing substantial art prints with rich, abundant detail and colour.

© Helen White 2017


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