Ridgeway Sun Catcher
The White Horse gallops Westward along The Ridgeway to capture the Sun, to return it to the East for the next morning’s sunrise…
The Uffington White Horse is by far the oldest of the white horse figures in Britain, and the Ridgeway on which it lies East-West attracts many people to its mystical past as well as the natural beauty of the area.
“A friend told me the ancient story of the White Horse horse racing towards the setting sun to catch it and bring it back to rise the next morning. I felt compelled to try and depict that story.”.
Tales abound about nearby Wayland Smithy where Wayland is believed to still work his forge. There is also an atmospheric image Centennial Visit that features the legend of The White Horse leaving The Ridgeway once each 100 years to be shod by Wayland The Smith.
Image size: 24″ x 16″ / 60.96cm x 40.64cm. Includes a narrow black border.
Printed on archival quality fine art 100% cotton rag. Large AM watermark is not printed on your copy.
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