Tall and steep, cliffs and canyons fill us with wonder and awe and remind us, that in the big picture that is our Earth, we are quite small.
"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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