In 2013, I was surfing the Internet and came across a picture of a lake. There was no description of where it was located, but I was amazed by the color of the water and knew that I had to see it in-person. After a little research, I learned that the water that made me say “Wow!” was the extremely popular Moraine Lake in Banff National Park, Canada, and it’s one of the images that grace Canadian currency. I booked my trip to Canada and was able to capture a unique moment of the lake despite the clouds and sunrise seemingly not willing to cooperate. Timing is everything in landscape photography, but it’s also important to remember, “It only takes one!”
This limited-edition photograph, measuring approximately 40"x60", 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. It comes ready-to-hang in a white wood frame without the obstruction of glass. 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.
Each print is made-to-order; please allow approximately 13 business days for printing and framing prior to shipping.
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 and a white wood box frame