Hanover Cove Top Down ~ Canvas


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The Story: Hanover Cove is a dramatic coastal landscape, marking the boundary between Perranzabuloe and St. Agnes parishes. It is named after the Hanover, which was wrecked here in 1763. Carrying gold bullion, and en route to Falmouth from Lisbon, it was blown onto the rocks by a gale: only 3 of the 67 aboard survived.

A combination of mine working and natural erosion have created the most spectacular landscape, only visible from the air. To try to capture this I pointed the camera straight down and took nine separate photographs, which were then joined together to create this image.

I love the perspective of this picture. It almost gives you a sense of 'falling' when you look at it.

Photographer: Jamie Turnbull

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This image can also be printed in black and white. Please contact us if you wish to purchase a black and white version.


  • Printing: A Giclée print.
  • Finish: Our canvas is a finely textured artist-grade cotton, which consistently reproduces image details with outstanding clarity.


  • Environmental: Where possible, ecological (water based) inks are used. Wooden frames are sustainably sourced from FSC approved suppliers. Pictures are produced at the manufacturing partner closest to you, which reduces transport carbon emissions.
  • Manufacture: Printing and construction is done by our manufacturing partner network in your closest area, be that: the UK, Europe, USA, Australia and New Zealand. All canvases are printed and stretched over a kiln-dried knotless pine frame by professional canvas framers. Please allow 2 working days for your order to be made.


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