A limited edition collection of black and white duotone and split tone fine art photography prints to celebrate the wild places and those seeking them out.
All our limited edition prints are signed and numbered and come together with a signed certificate of authenticity.
All are fine art archive quality Giclée prints, printed on 308gsm Hahnemühle fine art paper of the highest quality, bleach-free, and will last many years.
Duotone printing is used extensively when printing from black and white film.
I am tapping into an almost-forgotten knowledge base with this collection. Duotone photography prints allow greater creativity when printing in black and white. Created using two colours, the duotone process brings out highlights and detail while adding warmth or coolness to the picture, which is helpful depending on the effect you wish to create.
On the previous afternoon the thunderstorm rumbling around broke across the summit of the Col de la Bonette. Out of chaos, beauty is born.
Answer the call of the wildTop of the World
Head out of Canazei via the Passo Pordoi. Take a left onto the Passo Sella, and you could be in the Rocky Mountains.
Answer the call of the wildPasso Sella - Climbing Giants
Climbing up the "easy" southside of the Galibier from the Col du Lautaret with the surrounding mountains bathed in the late afternoon sun.
Answer the call of the wildThe Galibier - Southside
Two riders at the bottom of the picture hit the bends going down the south side of the Galibier, dwarfed by La Meije with its glacier in the background.
Answer the call of the wildThe Galibier - La Meije
On the distance ridge, sits the cafe you are going to reach, and when you do, you will have climbed one of the toughest climbs of the Dolomites.
Answer the call of the wildPasso Giau
Strong men built this road, military men, muscles bulging, orders given, orders taken, precise, disciplined, impeccable, definite.
Answer the call of the wildPasso Stelvio - Mid Slopes
Far from the madding crowd, with the sun on your back and the wind in your hair. An environment so immense you pale into total insignificance.
Such places can set you freeDownhill Run
Climbing all the way up here and, just as importantly, getting back down again is a serious business. There are no barriers or guardrails on the I'Iseran, none at all.
Answer the call of the wild.Call of the Wild
Strong men built this road, strong women and men ride this road. If you wern't strong to begin, you will be strong by the end.
Answer the call of the wild.Passo Stelvio - Mountain View
Hotshot racers and weekend warriors buzz like angry wasps up and down the Stelvio, looking for satisfaction but finding none.
Climbing this mountain doesn’t mean anything unless you do it with your own efforts, under your own steam.
Answer the call of the wildPasso Stelvio - Lower Slopes
The Tourmalet translates from Gascon to English as "Distance Mountain".
The Pic du Midi Observatory can be seen on the distant mountain in this picture.
The road over the Tourmalet passes not far below the observatory, so you can get a good idea of how far you will need to climb.
Answer the call of the wildRoad to the Tourmalet
It’s easy to believe that cycling is all just effort and toil, but that’s not true. There’s also exhilaration, excitement, and the full-on adrenaline rush.
Answer the call of the wildTime to Play
The climb has been conquered the opposition dropped. Spinning out onto the edge of the world in search of glory. Is this not where I am meant to be?
Answer the call of the wildLet it Roll
Not everyone needs to be on top of the Strava leaderboard, There’s a different, often very personal reason to climb this iconic road for everyone.
Sometimes there’s no reason at all, Just being there is enough.
Answer the call of the wildOn the Galibier
You will have suffered to get up here, but coming down will make it up to you, and some. Kilometre after kilometre of smooth flowing road, every bend different, nothing you can’t handle at close to maximum velocity makes descending off this mountain top a ride to savour.
Answer the call of the wildOver the Top
Limited Edition - Duotone
The clouds in this part of the world don’t float in from a distant horizon or sweep in from across the ocean. They are custom-made, on-site, way down in the valley, where the sunlight meets the retained moisture.
The spec of a rider on the road, far left, is about to be ingulfed.
Answer the call of the wildRolling in the Deep
Slowly out of the enveloping blanket of thick cloud, rounding another hairpin and out into the brilliant sunshine.
What was an impossibility day became one of the best days ever.
Welcome to the Aubisque.Don't Look Back
The mountains are calling and I need to go. It gets me out of bed every morning, and keeps me working long into the night.
Answer the call of the wild.The Mountains Call
Heading out onto the Col du Galibier in the early morning light with a sense of awe, wonder, and some trepidation. The Col du Galibier sets the standard, it is the yardstick by which all other climbs are judged. It is a very grown-up kind of place.Col du Galibier - True Grit
It is a challenge to display online black and white duotone photography prints due to the subtle highlight colour tones.
These tones can appear slightly different depending on your monitor settings or device.