A photo of the sunrise over the placid Tanana River with the Alaska Range in the background. There are clouds rolling over the mountains from the south that makes it hard to tell what is mountains and what is clouds. It was taken in June, when the midnight sun results in a combination of an almost continuous sunset/sunrise for 2 - 3 hours in this part of Alaska. I didn't record the time I took it, but it was probably around 3:00 AM. Also, in June there is still a lot of snow on the Alaska Range peaks.
It is signed and numbered on the margin outside the photo image.
The high quality watercolor paper has bright whites and colors and the texture gives a "painterly" quality to the print.
The measurements of the actual image size are accurate. The base dimensions are not exact, but are unimportant because there will be plenty of space between the image and the edge of a matte.
Giclee print on bright white textured watercolor paper.