This early summer trickle of water is the remnant of a flow of water that carved the intricate wave patterns in Deer Creek Canyon. It gathers in a pool of water, eventually making it's way to the Colorado river in the Grand Canyon The beautifully water sculpted rock formations bring to mind the shape of a heart. Since the flowing waters created the entire Grand Canyon, it's fitting that creeks like this are the heart of the canyon.
This beautiful photograph is available in several options.
One option is a print on FujiFlex Crystal Archive. This has outstanding image stability with the high-gloss, glass looking lifachrome finish. It is mounted on an aluminum panel with a 5 mil laminate protective coating. A wood frame offsets it from the wall. Ready to be hung.
A second option is a giclee on archival paper, mounted on foam board or cardstock. Frame in a manner of your choosing.
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