It’s some time since I included one of my “Intimate Landscapes” in Print of the Month so here goes with one from my North Coast 500 trip from last Autumn.  During my research for the trip, I came across comments on these wonderfully coloured pebbles so I decided to take a slight detour off the NC500 to search out the beach and I was not disappointed.
The tiny settlement of Littleferry lies on the northern shore of Loch Fleet, a large tidal basin with sand dunes, mudflats, coastal heath and pinewoods.  Here you can see the old cottages that were once home to the ferryman and pilot, as well as buildings that served as an inn and stores for coal, salt and meal, all imported into the area by boat.
I keep viewing this photo either in portrait or landscape format, upside down and side to side and whichever way it is viewed it’s composition just seems to work making it very versatile if you feel like a change of either orientation or placement it will be suitable for most locations.  You could say you are getting 2, 3 or 4 prints for the price of one.
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Don’t forget that each image chosen will only be placed as Print of the Month once so if you like this particular image, buy it with 20% off the standard prices before the end of July.  Even better Like my British Landscapes Photography Facebook Page and you can obtain a 30% discount.  There is a choice of an 18″ by 12″ print which is a perfect fit when mounted for 24″ by 18″ frames which are readily available via the internet or high street stores OR a 12″ by 8″ mounted print in a 16″ by 12″ frame of your choice.
To start or add to your collection just click on the image above and then select your choice of the two products listed, add to cart and then apply the Coupon Code JUL17 to obtain your 20% off the shown price at the checkout OR 30% having first Liked my Facebook page and applying the Code FBJUL17 before completing the purchase.  If “Fleet Pebbles” is not one of your preferred images then, by all means, please share with me your favourites and I will see if we can make them available in due course.