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Product description: Fall of 2017 I had an opportunity to go to Estes Park, Colorado; entrance to Rocky Mountain National Park. This trip I decided to grab my digitally converted infrared camera and toy with it while in the mountains. Upon arriving in Estes Park, I filled up my gas tank and headed straight into Rockies. Being a typical tourist, I pulled off at all the possible location to take in the majestic views. This included the storms racing down the mountain side. I shot the scenes using both color and infrared, while editing the images I fell in love with the infrared as it accentuated the drama of the storms and landscape. Storms forming This was taken on Trail Ridge Road almost to the peak at an area called Forest Canyon overlook. I really wanted to show how the storm popped off the mountain, it has a 3D affect for me. This is printed on Canvas
 
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Storm is Forming

Photography by Natalie McGuire

  • Shipping: $40.00
  • Product ID#: 214767
  • Dimensions: 20" width x16" height x1.5" depth
  • Weight: 5
  • Materials: Canvas, Fine Art Print, Photography
  • Subject: Inspirational, Landscape, Nature, Other Subjects, Still Life
  • Style: Contemporary, Decorative, Realism, Rustic, Western
  • Colors: Black, Gray, White

Artwork Description: Fall of 2017 I had an opportunity to go to Estes Park, Colorado; entrance to Rocky Mountain National Park. This trip I decided to grab my digitally converted infrared camera and toy with it while in the mountains. Upon arriving in Estes Park, I filled up my gas tank ...
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I married both my loves; mosaic and photography into a unique one of a kind piece of art. All the glass is color matched in natural light and then hand cut to bring the essence of the photograph out onto the frame. My process is labor intensive, but I prefer to call that my labor of love. Each time I start a new frame, I take a deliberate pause and make sure that I visualize the finished product before cutting the glass and applying to the frame. My subject matter chooses me,...read more