Johnson's Mills Sunset
Johnson's Mills, NB, Canada (2013)
Johnson's Mills is one of my favourite places to photograph. The nearby headland, the distant Albert County hills, and the Bay of Fundy between them serve as a backdrop, a canvas, upon which to paint the colours and texture of the sky and water, or the mood of mother nature. This is one of the places where I study the evolution of the subject and, through it, the fluidity of a static medium.
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.
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It is recommended that archival materials and uv-protected conservation glass are used when framing this print.