Long Running

90 GBP

Long Running, Epping Forest

Giclée Print

A2 (420x594cm)

Hahnemuhle Museum Etching 350gsm

Edward North Buxton in 1885 described Long Running as 'an open heathery plain formerly bare of trees, owing to forest fires; at least until recently, but now countless young birches give it a pale green cast in the summer.' Now many of the birches are being managed to allow for ground heather to grow again. This scene depicts a small but deep pond in the centre of Long Running which developed from a large WWII bomb crater.