This is a moment in the Cornish landscape when white and gold dominate, enriched by royal purple. A shimmering mix of moving flowering plants. The granite boulders of this Penwith hedge emerge from the swaying grasses; bold forms patterned with lichens. Wooden posts hold barb wire to prevent livestock scrambling through the boulders. Beyond the field are the cliffs and then the Atlantic Ocean.
112cm x 100cm (44" x 39")