A few months ago we created a 600 image photo-montage of some of the 3000 images we have in the CVTHS Image Archive, which spans 63 years and offered it as a Limited Edition print on Hahnemühle German etching paper using archival inks and an accompanying Certificate of Authenticty.

Although there are still some Limited Edition copies available there is now another way of having a copy of this image on your wall. For just £9.99 (all profits to the website and blog maintenance), you can download a full-size copy which you can either produce on your own printer or send to a lab for printing onto paper or canvas.

The file is a high-resolution copy and will print with excellent clarity right up to around 33 inches wide. Even if you don’t print out the file you can examine it in close detail on your computer. To download your file in just a few seconds please click HERE or the image above.

About Colin Cadle

I trained as a pilot at the Royal Air Force College Cranwell flying jets and qualified as a captain on Wessex search and rescue helicopters in the Gulf. However, my professional future was destined to be firmly back on the ground... In 1976 a chance introduction to Julie Andrews' husband film producer Blake Edwards really kicked off my interest in photography after he invited me onto the set of the Peter Sellers' now classic film 'The Pink Panther Strikes Again' at Shepperton Studios. Stills photographer David Farrell further fired my enthusiasm when, during a break in filming, I was offered a short photo shoot with leading fashion model and 'Bond girl' actress Maud Adams. From that moment on art and photography have always played a major part in my life. I now live in the beautiful southwest corner of England with​ my designer and photo-stylist wife Jan. Following a serious illness in 2016 we were forced to leave commercial photography behind us but this now allows me to concentrate solely on creating art from my studio in Devon

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