A wonderful phenomenon, captured by photographer Kristina Makeeva during her travels through Australia. Hutt Lagoon is a salt lake in Australia that contains so much dye-producing algae that the lake takes on a pink hue. The separation with the clear, blue water underlines how special this natural phenomenon really is.
The work is offered in both dibond and fine art print in the format 60cm (W) x 80cm (H) and comes into its own both vertically and horizontally.
If desired, the fine art print can be provided with a passe partout of 5cm.
The lake like a three-piece of art
The fine art print can optionally be provided with a passe partout of 5cm. The image therefore measures 50cm x 70cm.
The dibond is offered without a passe partout.
The photograph is manufactured using the Durst Lambda technique for authentic photo prints. We use semi-matte Fuji Crystal DP II photo paper. Colour fastness is guaranteed for 75 years in archiving.
The dibond is provided with a 3 mm thick aluminum plate and a 2 mm thick layer of plexiglass. This really makes the colours come into their own.
Hanging the artwork
The dibond has a 2 cm deep profile at the back to hang the artwork.
The fine art prints are delivered without a frame, rolled up in a protective tube.
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