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Grainy and dramatic, winter branches reflect into a rippling pool of water. I was inspired by the Celtic belief that a god or spirit lived in pools and rivers, hence the tradition of throwing a coin into the water and praying - or 'making a wish.'

While other photographers look for perfectly smooth grain in an image, I find myself drawn to the seductive qualities and dramatic texture of high grain film stock.

Prints are signed by the artist, Lynelle Miliate.

16 inches by 16 inches, with an additional 1 inch white border to aid in framing. Giclee print on Somerset Velvet paper - a very toothy, archival, fine art paper.

This is shipped flat.

LARGE What lives at the bottom of the well Fine Art Photograph 16x16


  • Materials: camera, film, paper, light
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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