Ávila’s Cathedral is one of the earliest examples of the Gothic in Spain and is built integral with the city’s defensive walls — the apse forms one of the many towers around the city’s perimeter. This photograph, taken from the walls, focuses on the southern transept’s delightfully spiky rose window and the rough stone and simple forms of the surrounding buildings.
The photograph is available in two sizes, c.180x130mm or c.260x185mm and is produced with the highest-quality archival inks on an archival photographic paper to convey all the qualities of the original image. The print run is limited to 150 and each print is available unmounted or set in an acid-free mount, ready for you to frame. The smaller print size is set in a 10×12” mount, the larger print size in a 16×20” mount.read more about my papers, mounts and prints here