This is a digital montage of separate elements -- the train, the sky, and the corn field. The images were shot on 6x6 color transparency material and scanned into my computer. The vintage steam train was photographed on the 'Poppy Line' climbing Dead Man's Hill near the Norfolk village of Weybourne, England in July 1999.The Poppy Line was very popular in the Victorian Age when it brought holiday makers from London to the picturesque North Norfolk coast.  This is a chromogenic print on Fuji Crystal matte archival paper.  The paper size is 18x12 and the image size is 16x10.  It is signed and numbered on the back.

- Dominic Rouse

Dead Man's Hill

Digital printmaking on paper

Limited edition of 250
Signed on back

12" h x 18" w 
0 lbs. 8 oz.



Dominic Rouse
Roi-Et, Thailand

Getting to Know Dominic

Dominic Rouse began his career as a photojournalist before making fine art. He strives to use digital technologies and traditional photographic processes to “produce seamless transitions between the world of contemporary digital art and the timeless qualities of black and white photography.” When he’s not making art, he enjoys spending time with his four-year-old daughter who makes him laugh at least once a day. Dominic currently lives in Thailand.