The Neck is a thin headland on the North West point of Saunders Island which is situated to the north of West Falkland in the Falkland Islands. In a remote country it's about as remote as you can get.
Saunders Island is 50 square miles and home to 4 people and 6000 sheep.
I was lucky enough to visit this beautiful place while on a Shackleton Scholarship to the Islands in 2017. The whole island was breathtakingly beautiful and we saw King Penguins on the beach.
This print shows the strata rock formation and the plants that are called Sea Cabbage, although different to the Sea Cabbage we know here.
Awarded The Mary and John Symons Memorial Award for Best Print at St Barbe Open 2020
Price: £145 unframed.