Aerial Photograph of the Boort Lake in Victoria. 900x600mm.
rinted work will be dry mounted to an archival 5mm foam board using an acid free film. This process involves passing the artwork through a press and bonding it to a substrate ensuring that the print remains perfectly flat and ripple free for many years to come.
Frames are carefully hand assembled in Melbourne using the finest quality materials. Museum quality acrylic is used instead of glass to protect your print from damaging UV rays. It also has the added benefit of helping to keep weight down and prevent breakages. The frame is finished with hanging wire.
It was after a long 8-hour flight through country Victoria when Iflew over Boort Lake. With the different shades of colour in the water and the small trees, it almost looks like a watercolour painting. I shot a series of images of this site, most of them didnt make the cut. This one stood out to me and is one of my favourite shots.