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Being small and living beneath a hard shell makes a lot of sense when you make your home in one of the most dynamic environments on the planet. This tube-dwelling worm (Spirobranchus triqueter) and its barnacle neighbours (Austrominius modestus) fix themselves to rock that lies between the tides, opening up their shells to feed on plankton when the water covers them.

Photographed at Porth y Rhaw, near Solva.

This image was awarded Highly Commended in the British Wildlife Photograpy Awards 2019. 







Nature's Sculptures

  • This limited edition photographs is printed using archival inks on archival standard, cotton and cellulose, acid free fine art paper. Each edition is signed, numbered and accompanied by the corresponding certificate to guarantee authenticity. This piece is released as a total edition of 100. 

    Each print is professionally mounted and framed in a bespoke, handmade, sustainable sourced solid wood frame by a local framer and is ready to hang.


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