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Cape Enrage, NB, Canada (2015)

$100 (unframed)
Limited Edition
Archival Pigment Print

The driftwood was high up the beach, on the back-slope of the natural cobble berm. I'm not sure how it got there, since it seemed to be well above the high-water mark. Perhaps tossed by a storm, perhaps dragged by beachgoers - who knows for certain. I do know the berm sheltered me from the wind and kept the salt spray off my lens. The angle of the largest log almost mirrored that of the clouds. And the texture of the cobblestone embankment seemed similar (albeit harsher) to that of the sky. I don't think it would look the same in calm weather or clear skies.

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

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

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.

It is recommended that archival materials and uv-protected conservation glass are used when framing this 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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