I was driving home from an art festival in Jackson Hole and noticed that the wildflowers on Mount Washburn were rockin. I drove into Gardiner, Montana, got a motel, and dropped off my cargo trailer, and headed back into the park. When I arrived at this spot, I heard thunder, and noticed a lightning storm in the distance. As a huge bonus, there was no wind to blow the flowers around. I composed this scene and started shooting. I shot 5 rolls of film and got two slides with lightning. Year 2000. Nikon 35mm. 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.
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