Parkhouse Hill Print

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Taken in late Spring this image of Parkhouse Hill in the Staffordshire Peak District shows a sunlit limestone outcrop famous for its shape. Often referred to as the “Dragon’s Back” this hill was photographed from Chrome Hill a similar formation. Both are believed to be the remains of a 350 million year old coral reef near Longnor and Hollinsclough.

This item is individually, professionally printed using the giclée process to ensure ultra-fine detail, a wide tonal range and long-lasting, photostable colour. Prints are normally supplied mounted but not framed up to A3 (420mm x 297mm) when shipped within the UK, outside the UK up to A4 (297mm x 210mm). Above these sizes prints are despatched unmounted and rolled in a postal tube. Some A3 prints are available as unmounted items if you prefer for a slightly lower cost for you to mount/frame yourself.

Other sizes than those listed are available on request.

Framed versions available on request.

Canvas prints of this image are available on request.

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Size

Small Print (9" x 6"), Medium Print(A3 – 410mm x 291mm), Large Print (600mm x 400mm)

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