This "famous" tree was originally photographed and showcased in National Geographic many years ago. Of course, photographers are drawn to its' beauty and line up every fall to capture it in its' fall glory, including me! I went to photograph it in the fall of 2017. This image was chosen in May of 2018 by Nat Geo editors and published to their online site and recently chosen as one of their "favorite landscape images of 2018".
This hand-coated canvas print is carefully wrapped around firm gator board and custom fitted into my signature frame. The frame is dark brown with lighter undertones and a complimentary fillet that sits between the print and the frame. This is a beautiful fine art print that comes ready to hang in a special place in your home. Comes with an artist signed Certificate of Authenticity.
Size from edge to edge: 44" width x 30" height
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