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Canyonlands- The Arch (cl3)

The iconic Mesa Arch in Canyonlands National Park is found in the sandstone cliffs that comprise the Island in the Sky District of Canyonlands. The Arch spans fifty feet and sits on the edge of a 500-foot vertical cliff with a 1,200-foot drop into Buck Canyon. It is classified as a pothole arch because it was formed by surface water that pooled on the sandstone behind the arch and slowly eroded the rock over time. Mesa Arch provides a frame for the stunning rugged canyon country of the Canyonlands landscape and is popular for sunrise hikes.

Unframed print size 40" wide x 13.5"

Our unframed panoramic photos are:

  • Amazing high definition photos printed on pH neutral heavy art stock with UV resistant ink.

$30.00
Crater Lake - Crest (crater1)

This panorama of Crater Lake was taken by James Blakeway. Perched at the crest of the Cascade Mountain Range in the state of Oregon, Crater Lake National Park is one of the snowiest inhabited places in America, receiving an average of 44 feet of snow per year. Open year-round, the park protects the deepest lake in the United States, Crater Lake, known for the purest water on earth and depths up to 1,943 feet. The lake rests inside a caldera formed about 7,700 years ago, when a 12,000-foot-tall volcano collapsed following a major eruption. Today, the volcano's outer slopes are blanketed with old-growth forests and harbour a variety plants and animals, including several rare species.

Unframed print size 40" wide x 13.5"

Our unframed panoramic photos are:

  • Amazing high definition photos printed on pH neutral heavy art stock with UV resistant ink.

$30.00
Crater Lake - Blue Lake (crater2)

This panorama of Crater Lake, taken by James Blakeway, features a stunning blue lake with depths of 1,943 feet and two picturesque islands, surrounded by sheer cliffs almost 2000 feet high. Located in Oregon's Crater Lake National Park, it is the deepest lake in the United States and ninth deepest in the world. Known for the purest water on earth, the lake is isolated from surrounding streams and rivers, with no inlet or outlet, and receives its primary input from an average of 524 inches of snowfall annually. Almost 7,700 years ago, a 12,000-foot-tall volcano collapsed following a major eruption and created the beautiful lake we know today, whose waters are of unmatched color and clarity.

Unframed print size 40" wide x 13.5"

Our unframed panoramic photos are:

  • Amazing high definition photos printed on pH neutral heavy art stock with UV resistant ink.

$30.00
Capital Reef - The Castle (crnp1)

This panorama, taken by James Blakeway, features a prominent landmark and popular attraction at Capitol Reef National Park known as The Castle. This craggy sandstone formation, pictured in the center of the photo, is one of many beautiful structures that define the Park's 243,921 acres and its unmatched geological diversity. A unique characteristic of this region is the nearly 100-mile-long warp in Earth's crust known as the Waterpocket Fold, a classic monocline. The fold formed over 40 million years ago when a major geologic event reactivated an ancient buried fault, creating one very steep side in an area of otherwise nearly horizontal layers.

Unframed print size 40" wide x 13.5"

Our unframed panoramic photos are:

  • Amazing high definition photos printed on pH neutral heavy art stock with UV resistant ink.

$30.00
Capital Reef - Hickman Bridge (crnp2)

This panorama of Hickman Bridge, a huge natural bridge found in Capitol Reef National Park, was taken by James Blakeway. This natural bridge is 133 feet long and 125 feet high and was named after Joseph S. Hickman, a local school administrator and Utah legislator. Hickman was an early advocate for the area and organized the "Wayne Wonderland Club" in an effort to promote and preserve the region. The scenic trek to Hickman Bridge shares some of the ecologically-diverse landscape in the Park that is home to a variety of flora and fauna, including approximately 900 plant species and over 340 species of birds, mammals, reptiles, amphibians and fish.

Unframed print size 40" wide x 13.5"

Our unframed panoramic photos are:

  • Amazing high definition photos printed on pH neutral heavy art stock with UV resistant ink.

$30.00
Dead Horse Point (dhp1)

This panorama, taken by James Blakeway, captures one of the most photographed vistas in the world, a spectacular sight at Dead Horse Point State Park located at the end of a mesa 2,000 feet above the Colorado River. According to legend, this high promontory of land received its name because of its use by cowboys in the late 1800's, to chase wild mustangs onto Dead Horse Point using the narrow neck to block off the natural corral. Millions of years of geologic activity created the breathtaking views of this Park, which is situated in south central Utah at an elevation of about 6,000 feet above sea level and encompasses 5,362 acres of high desert.

Unframed print size 40" wide x 13.5"

Our unframed panoramic photos are:

  • Amazing high definition photos printed on pH neutral heavy art stock with UV resistant ink.

$30.00
Cape Neddick (cpn1)

This panoramic photograph of Cape Neddick Light was taken by James Blakeway. President Rutherford B. Hayes signed the order establishing this light in 1879. The 40-foot cast-iron tower is located in Maine on a rocky island referred to as "the Nubble" off the eastern point of Cape Neddick . The white bucket suspended on a line across the channel was used to transport supplies and is now used to transport maintenance equipment. The lighthouse was automated in 1987. The town of York now manages the surrounding property, having received more than 300 unsolicited offers from people wanting to be live-in caretakers.

unframed print size 40" wide x 13.5" high.

Our unframed panoramic photos are:

  • Amazing high definition photos printed on pH neutral heavy art stock with UV resistant ink

$30.00
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