Castle Island and Cracking Ice, Loch Leven by Patricia Macdonald Christmas card pack (10 cards)
Beautiful pack of ten festive cards, each with the same design featuring the aerial view, Castle Island and Cracking Ice, Loch Leven by Patricia Macdonald from the National Galleries of Scotland Collection.
Blank inside for your own message and complete with white envelopes for each card. Printed in the United Kingdom on 330gsm FSC mix credit, silk finish card. 10 cards presented in compostable starch bag.
Loch Leven is here seen from above as it begins to thaw. The photograph is at once a record of a physical process as the ice warms and expands before melting and a picture of astounding beauty. Loch Leven castle was where Mary Queen of Scots was imprisoned in 1567 where she eventually escaped.
Patricia Macdonald is a Scottish photographic artist and graphic designer. Much of her recent work has involved aerial photography, in collaboration with her husband, Angus Macdonald, as pilot and operations manager. The results are some beautiful close-ups of cloud formations and jewel-like visions of the surface of the earth.