It was my second day in Iceland with my photography buddies when I persuaded them to take a trip to a small waterfall call Bruarfoss in the cental part of the country. I had seen images of the waterfall while doing my own research and knew it was one place we should not miss. Before the hike we were warned that it was wet and muddy but that didn’t phase me. I didn’t care cause I knew what the payoff would be! Well, we walked thru the brush in ankle deep water and mud until the neglected path opened up to a wonderful little bridge and waterfall. The look on my friends faces when they saw the area was priceless. Needless to say the grumblings turn to thanks and appreciation for my due diligence and research.
This limited-edition photograph, measuring approximately 38"x56", is printed on fade-resistant Museo Silver Rag paper that has no optical brighteners. The image has been varnished with a protective coating that protects it from pollutants and sunlight. The image will need to be mounted and framed. Printing was done with a state-of-the-art Epson 9900 printer that utilizes archival inkjet technology.
Limited-edition photographs have a series of nine prints; all come with a numbered Certificate of Authenticity.
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All photographs are signed, numbered in a limited edition of 9 total artist proofs, and come with a Certificate of Authenticity.
Museo silver rag fine art paper