Bolton Valley, VT
There’s few things quite like a Noreaster in the mountains of New England. When I took this photo, it was snowing so hard that the loudest noise I could hear was the snow whispering off my helmet and the squeaking of the lift sheaves at each tower. I was riding the Wilderness Chair at Bolton Valley and it truly lived up to it’s name - I couldn’t see past the next tower on the line and couldn’t hear anybody else on the hill. If I hadn’t been swinging in the air on a chairlift, it would have been easy to believe I was miles from the nearest person.
My personal favorite - the photograph is printed onto high-quality art canvas, coated with a protective acrylic finish, and stretched onto a 1.25” frame. Canvases include mounting hardware and are ready to hang in your home. I sign and title canvases on the back of the print.
I use 100% cotton acid- and lignin-free fine art paper with archival inks to produce a giclee print. These are museum quality prints that will last for decades without fading. The photograph is printed with a white border to allow for easy mounting and framing. I hand title and sign the border of each print in pencil.
The photograph is printed onto a specially coated sheet of aluminum using dye infusion. This brings out a stunning amount of color and clarity and is perfect for photos with lots of color and contrast. The final print includes a hanger which floats your print half an inch off the wall.
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