Here in Yosemite National Park, a few lone trees stand delicately in the foreground of a snow-covered meadow. In the center, a dark row of trees stand starkly against a beautifully textured mountainside.
"I love the transition and flow from this beautifully soft and peaceful wonderland below to the hard, rocky and mighty strength of the solid edifice above. Such a contradiction in the visuals, but really such a way of setting off the innate natural beauty of both. An interesting disparate physical image (but a very enjoyable one, nevertheless) is the reversal of roles of mass and lightness. The massive and heavy image above is supported from beneath by the fluffy light mistiness from below." ~ Keith Holznagel
This is a published, limited edition photograph with a rustic natural wood frame. Current numbering is 1/150. It is a beautiful example of landscape photography and a valuable addition to any collection. Direct inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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