- So Far From Home -
Contains black frame see second picture for what it looks like on a wall.
Some experiences in life you'll never forget—this is one of them. From sunrises to starry night skies, the views of Uluru are simply breathtaking.
This image was taken in the heart of the Australian outback, Uluru, iconic natural wonder. Uluru is arguably Australia's best-known natural landmark. In 1873, Australian explorer William Grosse named the familiar red monolith Ayres Rock, after Sir Henry Ayres. I went early enough to the spot to find my composition to get the Uluru and the Milky way just perfect in scene. This Image is a combination of two pictures taken, first at twilight or so called blue hour and second when the night unveiles his full shine.
Modern, nightsky, milky way southern hemisphere, limited edition print.
Professionally original photo print on high gloss fuji flex paper produce images with remarkable sharpness and fascinating depth of field.
This photo art wall print will last for you to enjoy for many years to come. It will be shipped in waterproof, protective packaging and signed and dated by me on the back.