Berwickshire Print Collection

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Berwickshire, Print Collection, Scotland

Sixteen selected prints based on two days walk along the coastline of the historic county of Berwickshire, Scotland. This section includes Cove, St Abbs Head, Eyemouth and Burnmouth. The walk took place in winter 2019.

Signed, limited edition prints are available from £195. To purchase and for more details visit The Perimeter Print Shop alternatively email your order to or phone 07973 139345

Larger sizes, Image matrix and landscape format versions of selected images are also available.

A golden morning at St Abbs, Scottish Borders, Scotland.

Creels & Windows. St Abbs, Scottish Borders, Scotland.

Cove Harbour and Torness Nuclear Power Station, Cockburnspath, Scottish Borders, Scotland

Track from Red Heugh, Scottish Borders, Scotland.

Full moon above The Souter, a sea stack near Fast Castle, Scottish Borders, Scotland.

To Coldingham Bay, St Abbs, Scottish Borders, Scotland.

Hurker’s Haven and Hawks’ Ness after sunset, Scottish Borders, Scotland.

Eyemouth breakers I, Scottish Borders, Scotland.

Hawk’s Heugh (Heugh is Scots for a steep ravine or precipice), Cockburnspath, Scottish Borders, Scotland.

Brightening up at Cove, Cockburnspath, Scottish Borders, Scotland.

Rush II, Coldingham Bay, Scottish Borders, Scotland.

Between the textures. Coastguard cottages, Redheugh, Scottish Borders, Scotland.

Oatlee Hill cliffs lit by the moon, Scottish Borders, Scotland.

Eyemouth breakers IV, Scottish Borders, Scotland.

Creels at St Abbs Harbour, Scottish Borders, Scotland.

The last picture in Scotland: The moon with Burnmouth Harbour, Scottish Borders, Scotland.


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  1. Christine says:

    When are the rest of your photos/trip notes be posted? I’m very much looking forward to them! =)


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