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The Joshua Tree desert landscape against a puzzled and shattered sky, created by photographer William Dey. An abstract effect added to create a sky of made up of different blue toned pieces. Image is printed on white matte Picture Rag museum-quality paper and measures 13.5"W X 20"H with additional white borders for a total overall paper measurement of 15.5" X 22". Signed & Numbered Limited Edition print from the William Dey Signature Collection. Please allow 10 Business days.

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PIECES OF THE SKY Joshua Tree National Park CA (2021)
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by William Dey

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The Joshua Tree desert landscape against a puzzled and shattered sky, created by photographer William Dey. An abstract effect added to create a sky of made up of different blue toned pieces. Image is printed on white matte Picture Rag museum-quality paper and measures 13.5"W X 20"H with additional white borders for a total overall paper measurement of 15.5" X 22". Signed & Numbered Limited Edition print from the William Dey Signature Collection. Please allow 10 Business days.

Materials used:

Picture Rag museum-quality paper

Tags:
#california #desert #abstract photography #william dey photography #palm springs #joshua tree #cacti #broken #puzzle #shattered #desert sky #pieces 

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A Singular Vision: When creating a photograph, William Dey looks for the angles-both literally and figuratively. He constantly seeks a means to observe the world from the edges, to record... Read more

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