|©0874a Cottonwoods at Snake Creek Road Panorama ©2007 Strength in Perspective|
Great Basin National
Park in Nevada
from Death Valley Photos-The Great Basin
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"This Cottonwoods Panorama" is available as
|Triptych*$477/$541||Triptych *$603/$672||Panorama *$170/$193||Panorama *$307/$337|
|20x58 inches||24x70 inches||11x31 inches||15x42inches|
|26x19;26x28;24x19||34x22;34x34;34x22||16x36 frame||21x48 frame|
|Canvas Panorama $295||Canvas Panorama $420|
|20X56 inches||27X76 inches|
*First price =
Cottonwoods Panorama framed in Brushed
2nd price=Cottonwoods Panorama framed in wood of your choosing.
Also available on flat or float board or gallery wrap CANVAS .
A triptych is three adjoining pictures which, when hung side by side, make a six to nine feet wide image of the same scene. It is a panorama split into 3 parts. Sometimes there is a benefit of displaying a triptych rather than a panorama. When the framed prints are faced with glass, they can be quite heavy. You can achieve a quite sizable image that is STILL lightweight by making a three part picture instead of a single image.
When the print is NOT covered with glass, a very large
yet light weight panorama can be made. Many
times constraints of wall size demand the panorama
must not be huge. Therefore I list the common
sizes of panoramas, but the larger sizes can be had,
if made without a glass face.
In addition to standard framing, the picture can be laminated to a board. There are two styles. The difference between a flat and float board treatment is that the flat board lies flat against the wall but the float board stands out one inch from the wall...appearing to float!
Tell us your wall size and we will guide you through possible framed wall art formats.
This Cottonwoods panorama, a Great Basin National Park photograph, began as 2 Cottonwood pictures...close, but not connected. A touch of digital manipulations united the scenes into one photorealistic image.
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Great Basin National Park Photo
Paul and Marilyn Peck
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Last Updated 5-14-2013