Bosham is a small coastal village in the county of West Sussex, UK. Referenced in the Domesday book of 1086 as one of the wealthiest manors in England, its Church (The Holy Trinity Church) dates from Anglo-Saxon times.

This shot was taken during winter at low tide with the aim to make use of the river as a lead-in line towards Bosham in the background. The image was shot in RAW then copied in Lightroom to create a shot +1EV and another -1EV. These three images were then merged using Nik HDR Efex Pro 2 before some retouching in Photoshop to accentuate contrast and add some softness and warmth into the shot.

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Limited edition photographic giclee prints are available for sale (unframed).

£35 plus p&p.

This is a run of limited edition prints measuring 29 x 37 cm and numbering 150. The print is numbered, titled and signed on the reverse as well as being accompanied by an individual signed and numbered certificate of authenticity. Care notes are also included to help you make the most of your purchase. See additional photos for examples.


All items will be posted within two working days of placing the order in a postal box to ensure it arrives undamaged and will be sent using:

UK: £5 – Royal Mail signed for, 1 day delivery in most cases.

EUROPE: £10 – Royal Mail international tracked & signed, 3-5 days delivery in most cases.

WORLDWIDE: £15 – Royal Mail international tracked & signed, 5-7 days delivery in most cases.


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  • Location Bosham, West Sussex, UK
  • Date 29th December 2013
  • Exif Nikon D800, 24mm, f/11, 1/80s, ISO 100

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