The image is reproduced using archival-quality pigment ink and is printed on a matte, acid free, 100% cotton rag paper coated with a protective spray that increases resistance to water, scratches and ultra-violet light.
The print is signed, dated and numbered on the back. It will be shipped to you in a resealable cellophane sleeve that you can use to store the image safely until you are ready to frame it.
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This print is available in sizes from an ACEO card size up to 17" x 22" Convo us for pricing and details.
About this image:
There is this wonderful aspect of the natural world to try and "find a way". A way to stretch and to reach towards the sun.
These flowers, though in the Autumn of their existence, caught my eye a few years back. They had tenaciously wound themselves and clung to this barbed wire all summer. They found this way to rise closer towards the light, to grow out of the shadows of the building and find the open space and warmth of daylight.
We seem to know
The way of the living
The rightness of rain
The draw of light
And we believe we are, likewise, free
Though we rarely seem to choose
From that place inside
That speaks with the sun
That rights itself in the rain
That always knows the way
The road to take
The path that leads
poem by nicolas hall 2011
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Unbound - 8 x 10 Nature Photography - Winter Flower - Blue and White Dream- Barbed Wire - Limited Edition Print
- Handmade item
- Materials: archival pigment ink, matte acid free cotton rag paper, protective spray, cellophane sleeve, recycled acid free backing board, reusable mailer, a bit of imagination
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- Ships worldwide from Oregon, United States