A Cath Waters print of an abandoned Scottish Hebridean island archipelago near the west coast town of Oban. The tiny island of Belnahua in the foreground is home to a ghostly former slate mining village while on the Garvellachs lie the ruined remains of an ancient Celtic monastery believed to have been founded in 542 AD.
Mounted prints with a white border. Each print signed in the border.
Prints are produced using high quality 192gsm epson archival matte art paper and canon chromalife100+ inks with exceptional fade resistance.
Colors may vary slightly depending on your monitor settings. There will be no copyright watermark on purchased prints
5" x 15" Print
Beautifully captured by Cath Waters, dramatic skies over an abandoned Scottish Hebridean Island. Bring a little piece of Scotland into your home.