Winters Fuel


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Winters Fuel

Winter’s Fuel: Across the landscape, fields transform into quilted wonders as farmers diligently harvest the golden grasses, preparing a vital stockpile of winter’s fuel. The rhythmic dance of scythes and the gentle hum of machinery echo the industrious spirit of the season. The harvested fodder, neatly bundled and stacked, becomes a lifeline for the beasts that graze these lands during the harsh winter months. As the quilted fields symbolise both the bounty of nature and the hard work of human hands, they stand as a testament to the intricate partnership between agriculture and the changing seasons, ensuring that the warmth of winter’s fuel is secured in every sheaf of carefully gathered harvest.

Highest Quality Fine Art Prints

Our Fine Art Prints are meticulously crafted using top- industry-leading pigmented inks and acid-free Hahnemühle Platinum Rag 300gsm paper to ensure the utmost in colour accuracy, an extensive tonal range, and exceptional longevity.


Our canvas printing procedure employs a substantial 400gsm high-quality canvas and pigmented inks. All canvas prints are skilfully laminated to provide additional UV protection. Each canvas is meticulously hand-stretched onto 19mm or 40mm deep pine bars (dependent on canvas size). At Gaelic Memories Photography, we are committed to providing high-quality canvases that will be a showcase for your home and last for generations.

Manufacturers Description

Hahnemühle Platinum Rag: The natural bright white paper with a weight of 300 gsm is made of 100% cotton fibers. It is acid-free and does not contain any alkaline buffering. Hahnemühle Platinum Rag excels with a beautiful tonal range and very deep blacks. The smooth, slightly textured surface lends the paper a pleasant feel to the touch.



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