Pyramid Lake in Nevada California is a desolate place. It appears as if nothing lives there. The water is very alkaline and there are hot springs that feed in to that. What struck me about this particular location was the eerie silence and the startling juxtaposition of the dead trees, the smooth water and the very unusual rock formations in this spot. The rocks are actually not very large, but by placing the camera very low to the water, they appear much larger than they are. I needed that because the trees present such a strong visual element in themselves, and it was important to balance that with another strong graphical element.
100% Museum grade fine art rag paper, mounted and overmatted with 4ply Museum grade matte.