Title: Rock 'n' Ripples
This is a photograph of a high desert creekbed seen up close through flowing water. It was captureed at Cottonwood Creek, just outside Silver City, New Mexico. Interesting visual distortions are created by the water's surface, which acts as a lens that's being shattered as it passes over the rocky bottom of the creek.
The print you will receive was made on an Epson inkjet printer using vivid pigment inks on archival quality Glossy paper. It comes to you in a protective plastic sleeve, shipped in a stiff, flat photo mailer.
Width: 17 inches
Signed on the back
Rock 'n' Ripples was printed with high-quality, archival materials (ink and paper). With proper care, your photograph will last a lifetime and longer. Proper care means keeping the photograph dry and out of direct sunlight. It’s best to leave the image sealed in its plastic sleeve until you’re ready to frame it. This will help keep the print surface free of dust and fingerprints.
If you plan to frame the photo yourself, be sure you select an acid-free matte and backing and a UV protected glaze (glass or acrylic). A matte or backing that is not acid-free will over time degrade the photographic paper. UV protected glaze will prevent your photograph from fading.