the faraway tree
€1,144 – €13,771
|1/20 second exposure|
|100 limited edition prints|
|5 artist’s proofs|
|free worldwide shipping|
build your custom print:
There’s something about California’s Yosemite National Park that’s simply special. No matter where you look, there’s a perfect photographic opportunity. The hikes, amazing; the landscapes, awe-inspiring; the history, mesmerising.
But it’s also one of the most challenging locations to capture the uniqueness of the nature that surrounds you. Sure, there are the standard views – Glacier Point, the lakeside near the park exit, or the old-favourite, “Tunnel View”, but these are postcard shots more than anything, and I was looking for something more on this occasion.
Having already captured the amazing morning fog stood at the view from above, I headed down to the valley floor to see if the atmosphere continued beyond sunrise – and it did! This lone tree, in the shadow of the infamous Half Dome itself, stood perfectly basking in the sunlight that had just made it through to the south over the mountains that surrounded us. While missing some of the snow that had melted during the week, the frost covering the park provided a perfect winter scene – and wow, that light!
Location: Yosemite Valley, California
Sizes available up to 3m / 10ft – for custom sizing, please contact the studio
Each print we deliver is a hand-signed Limited Edition (of 100) or Artist's Proof (of 5) version. Because you're getting a true work of art, you'll also receive a secure certificate of authenticity and individual edition number.
Ultra HD Printing
We use the best medium format camera systems in the entire world and print every image on specialist silver metal halide paper - meaning what you see in real life is exactly what you get to hang on your wall.
Your print is put through a rigorous set of quality control standards long before we ever ship it to your front door. We only create gallery-quality images, and you'll receive your print in perfect condition with a lifetime guarantee.
Nature doesn't mass-produce its jaw-dropping wonders.
So neither do we.