A range of 6 cards inspired by the birthplace of photography, Lacock Abbey.

Lacock Abbey was the home of William Henry Fox Talbot who invented the negative/positive photographic process in the early 19th century.

Invented at the same time as the daguerreotype in France, Talbot’s method prevailed.

I took these photos inspired after a trip to the Abbey, now owned and restored by the National Trust.

The photographs were taken at my home in Somerset nr Bath, using a combination of old and modern processes.

A Sinar 5×4 camera was used incorporating a modern Nikon DLSR

Cards are folded greetings cards Folded size is 150mm square

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*You may purchase the set of 6 cards for a reduced amount below

Ref L01-Beans from the garden

Ref L02 -Victorian Iron bench

Ref L03

Walled Garden doors with fennel and bay leaf

Ref L04

Dahlias in the garden

Ref L05- Tomatoes from the greenhouse

Ref L06 -Apple tree in our garden

Set of 6 cards (£12)

BELOW: showing artwork design on reverse of card