I have been going here for decades. Never have I saw a train engine stopped on the bridge. Never had I been there when the sun was bursting thru the trees. Never had I been there when the sky was bright blue with fluffy clouds. Adrenaline was pumping as I moved from shot to shot, knowing that these conditions would not last long. Luckily for me they lasted a little while, at least 10 minutes, but I do not know for sure. I honestly do not know if I have a favorite shot yet, but I do know this will be in the top 3 and maybe top 3 of photos I've ever taken.
The paper we use : “Big Bend Baryta offers all of the rich tonality, depth, and feel of a traditional darkroom print. The paper has a elegantly smooth finish and subtle reflectivity. Big Bend has a pleasant neutral white tone imparted by a 100% barium sulphate (baryta) layer. Baryta is the "old school" way of whitening paper and it adds natural richness to portraits and landscapes. Black & White images benefit from Big Bend's deep blacks and exceptional contrast. Use this paper for your final product to surpass gallery and museum expectations.”
Sizes 11x14 and 16x20 prints have a very thin, white, fine art border on the edges for better handling and matting purposes.
Canvas prints come from a 3rd party manufacturer that state; “our handmade canvas prints are manufactured in-house and crafted using state-of-the-art technology. We source the wood for our frames from eco-friendly pine forests to ensure sustainability. We use choice, poly-cotton canvas, which means we can print a sharp image that will continue to look vibrant for years to come. Our state-of-the-art technology uses latex inks with UV protection which do not fade, bleed, or degenerate into dull tones.