Carbonear Island Panoramic Print
The photograph was taken on a mauzy day in May in the spring of 2014. The spring ice was just coming down from Labrador, and bits and pieces of icebergs were floating about in the bay. It was raining, cold, and very windy. Ignoring the weather, I walked out to Burnt Head, firmly anchored my tripod into some crevices in the rock to secure it against the bitter gale, and made this capture.
This print is about 40" wide (101 cm). I made it using archival, high dynamic range pigment inks, using a split-tone process on a 100% cotton rag fine art paper that is acid, lignin, and chlorine free. It is also pH buffered with calcium carbonate for a true archival sheet. I love this paper for its extremely high colour gamut and deep black density. The folks at 17th Avenue Framing did the matting and the framing using archival acid-free mats and museum grade, anti-reflective 99% UV ray protection glass.
This product ships locally to Calgary only, unless you order the unframed version. The unframed version ships in a roll container by Canada Post.
A print of this image is on-display at the 2018 Artpoint Gallery and Studios Member Exhibit.