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Traingle Falls, Ricketts Glen State Park, Pennsylvania

Limited Edition Prints

Traingle Falls, Ricketts Glen State Park, Pennsylvania

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Traingle Falls, Ricketts Glen State Park, Pennsylvania

from 195.00

back to Ancient Appalachians

Photography is not about subject matter (although it is an important consideration), but really about the interaction of line, shape, color and texture. In my images I try to expo it all four of these compositional elements for maximum result. On this lovely spring day, I hiked deep into the park to photograph this specific scene. A low angle perspective allowed me to capture these small cascades as dramatic triangular elements. The soft green foliage and textured water puts the topping on the cake!

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Our fine-art gallery prints are produced by West Coast Imaging. The prints are produced on traditional photographic paper using West Coast's Chromira RA-4 printer. The Chromira is the ultimate fine-art photographic printer and uses red, green and blue lasers to expose the paper. Once West Coast finishes the print, it is rolled up and shipped to Joe for his signature and limited-edition numbering.

As our photographic paper of choice, Fuji Crystal Archive paper is the accepted standard for "fine-art" photographic gallery prints. This exceptional paper offers the vivid color and contrast of Cibachrome paper with twice the archival life expectancy. Under normal viewing conditions, Fuji Corporation claims that the rich colors in your print will show no sign of color shift or fading for a period of 40-60 years even without the added protection of standard glass.