"Delicate Fingers between Hard Rocks" Porth Chapel, Cornwall
© Copyright Glyn Davies 2004
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No.1 of 25 of the large format A1 limited edition print,"Delicate Fingers between Hard Rocks" has just been purchased by Mr & Mrs Shaw Cotterill of Virginia Water, Surrey.
This image comes from a project exploring the similarities between the Celtic counties of Ynys Môn and Cornwall, in particular, West Penwith. The show was called Celtic Connections and it was the first ever professional photographer's exhibition to be shown at the renowned fine-art galery, the Oriel Ynys Môn gallery on Anglesey. The project was inspired after meeting a Cornish girl who thought that Anglesey was somewhere in Lancashire! It worried me that the Welsh and Cornish, so closely related, often didn't know much about the other's country, which in SO many ways are similar. Even the name of this cove, Porth Chapel, uses the same Celtic word for port.