The Cage at Lyme Park in Cheshire is a well-known landmark to the east of the county and can bee seen (on a good day) from Manchester and as far to the west as Alderley Edge. Originally built as a hunting lodge for the nearby Lyme Hall and also used as a lock up for illegal poachers – hence ‘The Cage’. It is in a moody prominent setting from which it is possible to survey the whole of the Cheshire plain to the west and the hills of Derbyshire to the east.
The Cage at Lyme Park – Landscape format print 16 by 12ins on museum grade fibre based paper. Image is orton processed.
The Cage – portrait format 16 by 12ins sepia toned on museum grade fibre based paper.