About this piece

2019 – Isle of Rum – Scotland, UK

It was not Rum that caused the wreak of the French fishing vessel Jack Abry, but it could have been Cognac or Beaujolais Wine.

I photographed this ship wreck while on a small boat trip from the Isle of Skye out to Canna and Rum. It has stayed where it foundered for many years, as it’s not finically viable to salvage the vessel for scrap. However its legacy is to be home to crustaceans, sea birds and a playground for seals.

ship wreck on rum print


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Printed on Baryta black & white paper from Ilford; 315 g/m² silk finish with a 5 cm white boarder around image. Authentication Label on back of print, signed by Photographer.  Supplied within a protective photographic sleeve. Authentication Certificate included with each print purchase.

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Find out more about the Photographer: Chris Page

Also can be found at: www.openpage.studio

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