Sunrise Alabama Hills (1987)
Black & white photograph (Giclée) by Patrick Turner


  • Black & white photograph (Giclée), Paper
  • From a limited edition of 50
  • Size: 14 × 11 in (unframed) / 8.75 × 5.75 in (actual image size)
  • This artwork is sold unframed
  • Signed and numbered on the front

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Patrick Turner

United States

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Artist's description:

The Alabama Hills outside of Lone Pine California was a popular location for filming some of the old west movies coming out of Hollywood back in the day. Gunga Din, among many others was filmed here back in 1939. It's a fantastic place and and area I go to often to photograph. This morning, the early morning sunrise was just blasting through the valley. What caught my eye initially was how the foreground grouping of rocks, mirrored the line of the great Sierra range in the background. I liked that relationship. It may be difficult to see, but at the end of that mountain range, there is a small trail with cutbacks leading up and over the mountain range. It begs the question who went there, who goes there, and what IS there.

Materials used:

100% Museum grade fine art rag paper, mounted and overmatted with 4ply Museum grade matte.