Museum quality print on archival luster paper. Print only, framing not included. Image size is 35"x9" with a 1/2" white border for handling purposes.
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This picture was taken on the summit of Mount Borah, the highest point in the state of Idaho, on August 21st, 2017, during totality of the Great American Eclipse. A full 360 degree view of the surrounding landscape is represented in the image. Over 150 people were present on the 12,662 ft summit for one of the most dramatic shows in the solar system. It was a day I'm sure none of us will forget!
- This image is relatively dark, I would advise displaying it somewhere with a decent amount of light.
- This print is also fairly large. If you aren't used to handling large prints, take care not to crease it if you take it out to look at it. I have seen many people put what's called a half moon crease into a print from mishandling it. If you plan on getting it professionally framed, take it to them and let them handle it.