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Cloud Hedge Photographic Art

Cloud Hedge

by Chris Page


Walmer Castel and it Yew "Cloud" Hedge that dates back to 1866 when the Broadwalk Garden was created. It is said that the hedge was neglected during the Second World War, and that a heavy weight of snow during the hard winter of 1947 made it even more misshapen, a form in which it has been kept since.


The Castle was once a Tudor artillery fortress that became a stately-home for the Lords Warden of the Cinque Ports, including the Iron Duke of Wellington.  Walmer Castle was orginally built during the reign of Henry VIII as a response to the perceived threat of invasion from Europe. While no such invasion ever came, the castle did later see action when it was besieged by Parliamentarian forces during the English Civil Wars.


Available as “Custom Finish & Bespoke” Fine Art and Photo Prints, framed or unframed. Photography created as beautiful pieces of Wall Art for you to invest and enjoy, exclusively from OPENPHOTO-STUDIO.

  • Specification Unframed Print

    Unframed - Black & White Print - ref: 00389-1

    Print Paper Type: Fine Art - Photo Rag 300gsm

    Image Size: 30cm x 20cm

    Print Boarder: 5cm White

    Overall Size: 40cm x 30cm

    Backing: 2mm White Card

  • Specification Framed Print

    Framed - Black & Whiter Print - ref: 00389-2

    Print Paper Type: Fine Art - Photo Rag 300gsm

    Print Size: 30cm x 20cm

    Print Boarder: None

    Card Mount: Single White 4.5cm

    Frame Profile: 20mm x 34mm - S1 Satin Black

    Overall Size: 42.8cm x 32.8cm

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PriceFrom £99.50
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