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Blue Ridge Autumn photograph 18x24 print only signed/numbered Blue Ridge Autumn photograph 18x24 print only signed/numbered
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Product description: After passage of a cold rain, a mist/steam came up from the forest floor and stop at the top of the ridge, possibly an inversion holding the fog in place. Photographed in mid-October in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina, in a year the U.S. Forest Service said the colors matured into the best they had seen in over 40 years. Photographed with a Nikon F4 on Fuji Velvia ISO 50 film. Print is on Fuji Crystal Archive printed on a Fuji Lightjet printer. This is a PRINT ONLY, signed and numbered from the edition of 150. It must be mounted, matted and framed - or, laminated and mounted.
 
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$62.50 USD

Blue Ridge Autumn photograph 18x24 print only signed/numbered

Photography by Ron Mellott Photography

  • Shipping: $15.00
  • Product ID#: 7522
  • Dimensions: 24.00" width x18.00" height x0" depth
  • Weight: 4 lbs
  • Materials: Other Materials, Other Materials, Fine Art Print, Fine Art Print, Stone, Acrylic, Fine Art Print, Fine Art Print, Fine Art Print, Fine Art Print
  • Colors: Brown, Green, Orange, Red, Yellow

Artwork Description:


After passage of a cold rain, a mist/steam came up from the forest floor and stop at the top of the ridge, possibly an inversion holding the fog in place. Photographed in mid-October in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina, in a year the U.S. Forest Service said the colors matured into the best they had seen in over 40 years. Photographed with a Nikon F4 on Fuji Velvia ISO 50 film. Print is on Fuji Crystal Archive printed on a Fuji Lightjet printer. This is a PRINT ONLY, signed and numbered from the edition of 150. It must be mounted, matted and framed - or, laminated and mounted.


Born in Indiana, I have lived many places throughout the United States. Formally trained as a wildlife ecologist, I am self-taught as a photographer. I began with my first camera in the fourth grade (because my brother got one!) though never gave it up. My brother went into theater, acting, speech, debate, and eventually film. My sister is a self-taught landscape designer. Seems we all inherited an artistic gene from someone in our lineage! I first began self-promotion of my work through calendars and books in the early...read more