The Big Sky
In August of 1994 I was driving through an intense storm on Highway 141 near Avon, Montana. Suddenly the setting sun dropped into a gap between the clouds and the horizon and lit up the clearing storm with the most incredible light I'd ever seen. I pulled over, set up my camera and tripod, composed a scene with the rainbow and clouds, and clicked away. As the ball of the sun set below the horizon, the light got more orange. I just kept clicking, hoping to get an image with lightning. I shot about a roll of film and got a few shots with lightning. This was the best frame. It was my first nationally published photograph. "Outside" magazine published it in 1995. Nikon 35mm camera. Fuji Velvia film.
ABOUT THE PRINTS
Metal prints use a special new process where ink is infused into a coating on glossy aluminum. This creates a luxury print with three dimentional depth and luminance. These prints are fade resistant, water resistant and have amazing detail. Metal prints come with a flush mount metal frame with a silver color. Larger sizes and other framing options are available. Please contact me for a quote. These prints can be made up to 96 inches in the long dimension.
Paper prints are printed on Kodak paper.
Production time is 2 to 4 weeks.
Free shipping via FedEx Ground to lower 48 United States.