September's full 'Harvest Moon' rises over Roches Point Lighthouse at the mouth of Cork Harbour. The term 'Harvest Moon' originates from times before electricity to describe the full Moon that occurs closest to the beginning of Autumn, when farmers depended on the Moon's light to harvest their crops late into the night.
All prints include a white border around the photograph that will be signed and inscribed by Cian. Your print will order will be Giclee printed on 189gsm matte photo paper using local printers in Cork City, Ireland.
Please Note: Frame not included.