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Park Corner, PEI, Canada (2014)

$300 (unframed)
Limited Edition
Archival Pigment Print

A recent storm had grounded some lobster trawls. A wrecked trap, several lengths of rope, and two anchors were scattered along the beach. One of the anchors almost looked as if it had been placed there deliberately. The rising tide was slowly washing over it. Oddly, the water was both transparent and opaque, allowing me to see part of the anchor that lay below the surface while reflecting all that lay above it. It's not unlike ourselves: we hide behind screens that mostly mirror the world around us, while only letting a small portion of our true selves through.

The image is printed on acid and lignin-free cotton rag paper using archival pigment inks.

Unframed copies are sold without mat or backing boards. Overall paper size is approximately 1 inch larger on all sides, providing flexibility for mat and framing options.

Framed copies are sold with a one inch black gallery frame. All mat and backing materials are archival quality. The mat opening is slightly larger than the image, leaving the edition number and artist's signature visible. The print is mounted behind UV-protected conservation glass.

Online purchases automatically include a shipping charge. For local purchases, please contact me and I will either direct bill without the shipping fees, or refund the shipping charges once local pickup is confirmed.


  • City of Moncton Collection of Fine Art.

Anchor - Fine Art Print

About Dan

Dan MacDonald - Fine Art Landscape Photographer from Moncton, NB, Canada

I am a photographer and photography instructor based in Moncton, NB, Canada. I specialize in fine art landscapes.




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