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An Aerial View of Moat Low


An Aerial View of Moat Low

Captured from the unique vantage point of a hot air balloon shortly after sunrise in May, these prints offer a breathtaking perspective of this historic site, bathed in the soft, golden light of early morning.

Moat Low is one of the most significant barrows in the Peak District, believed to date back to the Bronze Age. This impressive earthen mound is thought to have served as a burial site, offering a fascinating glimpse into the prehistoric landscape and rituals that shaped the early history of the region. The barrow is surrounded by the natural beauty of the rolling hills and lush greenery that characterise the Peak District, making it a site of both historical and natural importance.

The image captures Moat Low in the delicate light of a May sunrise, highlighting the gentle contours and textures of the barrow against the expansive backdrop of the Peak District’s early morning sky. The soft hues and shadows cast by the rising sun enhance the mystique and timeless beauty of this ancient monument.

These prints are not just decor items but pieces of history, offering a window into the past through the lens of modern aerial photography. Ideal for enthusiasts of history, archaeology, and natural landscapes, they make a thoughtful gift or a magnificent addition to your personal collection.

The canvas has a black edge so that the whole photograph is to the face, the edge is 20mm. 

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