“ It had all dropped into place, like the last bit of the jigsaw, which you thought all along was a bit of left-hand sky, but when you turn it over you realise it’s the last chunk of right-hand sea, or the sky tricksily reflected in the surface of the pond. – Tom Holt

West pier fiery sky reflections. By Brian Roe

Fire‘ by Brian Roe. The West Pier in Brighton, captured under a volcano of fiery sky, reflected in the ocean and creating a vision that only Dante himself could conjure.  I took this image on the same day as the “Mist” photograph and print. I spend many hours editing the visual effects to create that perfect reflected and rippled look and feel.

This image proved immensely popular on social media, attracting over 10’000 likes combined. This composition is from a set of 4 that can be seen on my Instagram page @mrbrianroe

Fire by Brian Roe in frame
Limited edition print, Fire by brian roe

Printed on Hahnemühle Printing Paper

Hahnemühle’s authentic Fine Art paper is regarded as top of the line. It is often used for exhibitions and limited-edition art prints. All Hahnemühle papers have been certified by independent institutes to be highly resistant to ageing and are vegan, in order to meet the highest requirements.

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