'On Roseisle Beach', watercolour, 74 x 48 cm.
Roseisle Beach is a wide arc of beach on the Moray Firth in northern Scotland with thick pine woods behind. The beach still bears its WW2 history - the antitank obstacles, observation posts and bunkers were built at the start of WW2 as anti-invasion measures. The beach was then one of those used for D-Day practice for the troops later in the war. Today its a lovely beauty spot, with the concrete used for spreading out towels to dry in the sun.
The original is sold by commission. Prints will not be available for this image.