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Lamb from North Berwick, Ceramic Tile

£19.95

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The Lamb, looking from North Berwick, on a ceramic tile

The Lamb, sometimes called Lamb Island, or just Lamb, is a tiny uninhabited outcrop off North Berwick West Beach, just 20 miles from Edinburgh. The basalt formation is flanked by two “sheep dogs” – North and South Dog Islands, which are said to mirror the layout of the pyramids at Giza, in Egypt.

The tile has a glossy texture and a cork back, and measures 4.25″ (108mm) square. It has a hanging fixture and is presented in a high-quality two piece gift box.

Cath Waters is a Scottish landscape digital artist and photographer. Much of the inspiration for her landscape work comes from camper van travels around Scotland. She loves the wide open spaces, vast moody skies and low light of the Scottish West Coast and the Hebrides and tries to capture the essence of these special places.

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The Lamb, looking from North Berwick, on a ceramic tile

The Lamb, sometimes called Lamb Island, or just Lamb, is a tiny uninhabited outcrop off North Berwick West Beach, just 20 miles from Edinburgh. The basalt formation is flanked by two “sheep dogs” – North and South Dog Islands, which are said to mirror the layout of the pyramids at Giza, in Egypt.

The tile has a glossy texture and a cork back, and measures 4.25″ (108mm) square. It has a hanging fixture and is presented in a high-quality two piece gift box.

Cath Waters is a Scottish landscape digital artist and photographer. Much of the inspiration for her landscape work comes from camper van travels around Scotland. She loves the wide open spaces, vast moody skies and low light of the Scottish West Coast and the Hebrides and tries to capture the essence of these special places.