Standing proud over the towns of Potton and Sandy is the Sandy Heath Transmitter. A huge willowy structure sitting amongst rare heathland and overlooking the beautiful RSPB nature reserve. As night beckons the red lights offer a reassuring glow to the locals and an informative glare to those above. And for some, after a long drive the lights are a beacon of home, a sign that a cup of tea is not far away. I really enjoyed doing this one as it's my home turf. It currently hangs on my kitchen wall and I made sure I got the first print - makers privileges and all that. This print is available unframed on Etsy in both A4 (£12) and A3 (£20). Both prints fit into standard IKEA Ribba frames.