The Red Flash (i) Pen Caer
NEARLY SOLD OUT. The "RED FLASH" is a rare and outstandingly beautiful phenomenon, occurring at different, and often isolated locations along the north coast of Pembrokeshire, and lasting only for a few seconds, four or five times at the most in any one year. During these fleeting occurrences, which occur invariably only at sunrise and sunset, over a distance of a few hundred yards, everything within that space upon which the light is cast, including the very air itself, appears to be suddenly bathed in a deep red glow, so strong that to the unknowing observer, it is quite awesome. When it first appears, it seems to burst with an intensity of light said by some to be "as blinding as the blackness of the night". It then disappears as suddenly as it appeared. But those who have witnessed it, describe the instant for which it exists, as a journey into the sublime. Its depiction by Stan Rosenthal is a revelation of that experience.
Image size 66 x 45cm