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The skyline of Hong Kong is unmatched for both its visual appeal and congestion. Skyscraper after skyscraper are packed impossibly...
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Hong Kong

The skyline of Hong Kong is unmatched for both its visual appeal and congestion. Skyscraper after skyscraper are packed impossibly close to one another and unfortunately this leaves little room for carbon emissions to escape and as such, this beautiful skyline is usually covered in a muslin of haze
During my visit there the city came alive at night with a spectacular light and firework show completely choreographed to music. The best viewpoints were from Victoria peak, where this photo was taken and across the harbour in Kowloon, where speakers along the harbourside carried the accompaniment

Dragon's Eye - Panorama
Ice Sculpture VI
The Ice Curtain
The Alcove - panorama
Tendrils
Panorama of the Palouse
Aspens - 3:1 aspect panorama
Beyond Belief
Autumn Splendour
Autumn at the Dallas Divide - Panorama
Tempest
Sunny Side Up
Rocks - panorama version
Bryce Canyon
The Back Road
Shoulder to Shoulder - panorama
Gypsum Fire - panorama orientation
A Bristle of Energy
Frozen in Time
Combustion
Goldfield
A Sign from Above - Panorama
Aspens - panorama
Random Precision
Aquamosaic - Portrait Orientation
The Weeping Moss
Holding On
Monumental
Silent Voyage - Panorama
Unredeemed
Ponderosa Panorama
Ice Phantom
Silos
Fire in the Sky - panorama version
The Prairie Pumper
A New Day Dawning
Lush
In the Spotlight
In the Shadows of Superstition
Rocks II - panorama version
Aria
White Space - panorama
Angkor Wat
Rocky Point - panorama version
The Meek - panorama
Above the Clouds
Evanescence
Furrowed - panorama version
The Swirl - panorama version
Healing Hands
Superstition Snows
Sandscape III
Pre Dawn
Disko Bay
Missives
Hong Kong
Untitled
Sentry of Superior
Cobbles - panorama version
Shadows of Tongariki
Daybreak on the Silent City
Gotham
Snowy Rorbu
Sakrisøya
Nightfall on Sakrisøya
Hustinden
The Eatery
The Chinese Buffet
Set the Controls for the heart of the sun
The Weathermaker
The Missing R
Heart Lake & Algonquin Peak
Darkness
Ahu Tongariki
Fading Majesty
Haggard Drugs
Aquamosaic
The Moai of Anakena
Projected Abstract
Rano Raraku
The Portal
Lava Flow
Magic Mushrooms
Transitions - Narrow
Survivors
The Woodland
Time Out - Panorama
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Archival Lustre Photographic Paper

The photographic papers we use are Kodak Endura and Fuji Crystal Archive substrates. Both of these papers are archival in nature. Your artwork will be shipped as a print only allowing you the flexibility to have it framed as you desire.  

Please note that the maximum paper print size we can produce is 60". If you need larger artwork and/or wish for a ready to hang piece, please consider the Fine Art Canvas or Dye Infused Aluminum options below 

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Fine Art Canvas - Wrapped

Fine Art Canvas - Wrapped


This process prints the image directly on to a tight weave, fine art brightwhite canvas to hold the detail of my high resolution images. Once printed, the surface is given a matte-UV laminant to help resist fading and for added protection. The canvas is then stretched over a reinforced wooden frame which helps prevent torsion. The finished piece has a painterly-look with the texture of the canvas surface showing through

Our fine art canvas pieces use a 1.5" thick bar. For extra large pieces with a dimension over 40 inches, we use our museum mount stretcher bar which is 2.5" thick. This provides a bolder appearance on the wall and is ideal for grand pieces

The artwork comes ready to hang with an anti-twist support system that is easy to install. 

If you are located outside of the USA, please contact us first for pieces larger than 40" on the shortest dimension, or larger than 60" on the longest dimension to see if shipping is available and for a quote on that freight cost.


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