The light in this particular area was excellent in highlighting the contrast in the light and dark areas of the scene. Focusing on this portion of the pile made my imagination race, piecing together the unnatural destruction as it occurred over the past 20 years. You really get a sense of the layers that make up this scene, and can see the different stages of decay the closer you get to the ground. There’s always something new in it to look at.
Offered in 12"×9" size.
This is a giclee (pronounced Gee’clay) print. The ink and paper used are of museum archival quality and specifically for fine art prints, ensuring that they will not deteriorate or discolor in your lifetime. The paper used in printing enhances the richness and depth of the image. My printer sources his paper from mills in Europe where they still believe in high quality old-world craftsmanship, and have literally hundreds of years experience in the paper business.
In other words, he uses only the best.
I use the same person (located in the United States) exclusively for the ultimate in quality control. Each file is reviewed by him personally before printing to ensure optimum quality. I deeply care about providing quality images and want you to enjoy them for years to come.
Please note that I do not keep a stock of my prints. They are only created upon your order. As such, please allow up to two weeks from the time of your order to receiving it at your shipping address.
Have any questions? Contact the shop owner.