Time Ball Tower, Deal
Sunset behind the Time Ball Tower in Deal. The timeball is a Victorian maritime Greenwich Mean Time signal located on the roof of a semaphore tower originally used to signal ships at anchor or passing in the English Channel. Each day at 12.55, the time ball rises halfway up its mast. At 12.58 it rises all the way to the top. At 13.00 exactly, the ball drops, and so provides a signal to anyone who happens to be looking.
All prints are printed on FotoSpeed 240gsm UltraMatte Photographic Paper using archival pigment inks with a life expectancy of over 100 years. All prints will be signed by the photographer. All prints should be hung out of direct sunlight.
Prints can be provided mounted or unmounted. All mounts will be cut to a popular frame size for ease of framing. Larger sizes are available on request. Please contact me for details.
Framing is available on request, but is not offered as an option when purchasing due to the cost of shipping framed prints. Please do contact me to discuss framing if required.