Brent at ebb tide


This picture forms part of the exhibition Out of the Shadows: Capturing the World of the Forgotten Naturalist John Templeton (1766-1825), shown in the Ulster Museum Belfast. He is often referred to as the “Father of Irish Botany”.

John Templeton walked miles along shorelines, observing and recording their great natural glories. Here the brent geese, one of the glories of the autumn shoreline, forage for eelgrass.


All images are hand-printed on the highest quality artist paper, mould-made from 100% cotton fibres, specially designed for fine art photography.
Supplied with mounts of acid-free, white-core quality and with conservation backing board, prints are signed and numbered by Patricia Pyne in a limited edition of fifty.
Image approx. 16”x12” (400 x 300mm)