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Fine Art photography printed on Giclee museum gallery paper on the professional printer using archival pigment ink.
Limited edition print signed and numbered by the artist.

This year I traveled for the first time to lake Baikal in Russia. To those of you who don't know lake Baikal is the biggest source of potable water in the world. Isn't this breath taking? I went there in full winter. Siberia in winter is so cold that water of the lake freezes several meters thick - it is so thick you can travel to its islands by driving a car. On ice. And this is what we did and we visited this magical place called lake Olkhon. I don't remember if I have taken so many pictures in one place in my life and I love taking pictures! The shots turned out well, in fact surprisingly well - they represent the cold vastness the island. The little houses and villages are like islands themselves trapped and frozen in time until spring. The feeling of it is amazing. I decided to turn my shots in high-quality Gyclee prints.

If you would like a different size, or have the print mounted on a support and ready to hang please let me know, I will create a custom piece for you.

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This artwork is sold by Ayna Paisley from Russia

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