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Title/Location - Monument Valley, Arizona

Original fine art photographic print by Ryann Ford from her acclaimed "The Last Stop" series. Photograph is created using archival pigment inks on museum grade 285 gsm fine art photo paper with a pearl finish.

Important Information on Sizes:

Paper size is 8.5" x 11" and image size is 7" x 9" if purchasing the 8.5" x 11" size. Paper size is 11" x 17" and image size is 10" x 13" if purchasing the 11" x 17" size. The image size reflects the actual image area. We leave a white border around the image area to protect it during shipping (paper size) and to avoid fingerprints while being handled.

All prints are initialed by Ryann en verso (on the back).

Please contact me for international shipping rates.

"The Last Stop" is a series of fine art photographs documenting the vanishing, though historically significant rest areas of America's highways.

Images from "The Last Stop" have been featured in New York Times Magazine, The Atlantic, Esquire Russia, Fast Company, along with numerous blogs such as GOOD, Conde Nast Traveler and Feature Shoot.

Larger, limited edition prints are available through Photo-Eye Galley in Santa Fe.

For more information on the images, please visit www.ryannford.com and click on "Rest Stops" under the "exhibited" section.
Title/Location - Monument Valley, Arizona

Original fine art photographic print by Ryann Ford from her acclaimed "The Last Stop" series. Photograph is created using archival pigment inks on museum grade 285 gsm fine art photo paper with a pearl finish.

Important Information on Sizes:

Paper size is 8.5" x 11" and image size is 7" x 9" if purchasing the 8.5" x 11" size. Paper size is 11" x 17" and image size is 10" x 13" if purchasing the 11" x 17" size. The image size reflects the actual image area. We leave a white border around the image area to protect it during shipping (paper size) and to avoid fingerprints while being handled.

All prints are initialed by Ryann en verso (on the back).

Please contact me for international shipping rates.

"The Last Stop" is a series of fine art photographs documenting the vanishing, though historically significant rest areas of America's highways.

Images from "The Last Stop" have been featured in New York Times Magazine, The Atlantic, Esquire Russia, Fast Company, along with numerous blogs such as GOOD, Conde Nast Traveler and Feature Shoot.

Larger, limited edition prints are available through Photo-Eye Galley in Santa Fe.

For more information on the images, please visit www.ryannford.com and click on "Rest Stops" under the "exhibited" section.

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