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Bright Angel Creek, Grand Canyon
The Photograph is printed on Kodak extra life paper 8x10 print mounted and framed to 11x14 behind a UV protected museum glass.
Printed on Epson premium gloss paper with Epson archival inks, mounted on 3mm brushed stainless steel dibond. Over laminated with UV protecting and water proof clear pvc matte finish which resists silvering and mottling.
Yaki Barn Dawn Departure
Mounted with a clear water proof and clear UV protecting, archival pvc laminate.Printed on a dibond substrate and archival over matte, surrounded in a wood frame. The photograph depicts the daily pack train's dawn departure down the South Kaibab trail with the days' supplies to Phantom ranch, Grand Canyon. The blue cast is that of the first morning light becoming brighter with every second.
The Balcony House in Mesa Verde National Park was occupied in the 13th century by Pueblo Indians. The dwelling contains 40 rooms and is one of the best examples of room, passageway and tunnel construction in Mesa Verde.
Speaker Chief Tower at Cliff Palace
Speaker Chief Tower at Cliff Palace, Mesa Verde National Park. One of the largest dwellings, Cliff Palace contains 150 rooms and housed approximately 100 Puebloan people.