The Eve of St Agnes. - Harry Cory Wright

We saw this gorgeous, serene photograph as an installation while on holiday in Norfolk. It was displayed as a huge print, alone in a garden shed. There was a wooden bench in front of the photograph, and you were invited to really look at this one photograph. It was glorious. It looks good here, but in the flesh, it’s something else. I also love his coastal photographs here, which also seem to me to capture that feeling of just sitting in one location and focussing on what it feels like to be there.

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