Havasu Creek snakes down through the orange, dry rocks of the Grand Canyon. Along the way, it picks up limestone, giving the water a rich shade of topaz. It is life itself, out in the parched reaches of the desert.
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.
For more information, contact us directly at artist@TerrenceRobertsonFall.com