«Dead Tree» Print

Buy a black and white long exposer seascape print of a spreading dead tree trunk between scattered rocks on the coast of a Baltic island, taken on a bright sunny afternoon. Reminiscent of the serenity and tranquility that nature can bring, the lone tree stands bare and leafless on the stony shore, a silhouette against a blackened skyline. Showing nature’s beauty in its rawest and most powerful form, the intense lateral sunlight casts shadows on the ground, creating an almost ethereal atmosphere and magical glow on the tree’s slender branches against a deep dark sky with blurred cirrus clouds and silky water waves. A smooth transition to the lighter and warmer tones in the sky at the horizon and a strong contrast with the deep black water give the image an extra sense of depth.





About the print

This seascape photograph is available as a pure black and white or light sepia toned print to match your taste or the color scheme of your office or home interior.

The photo is made with medium format film camera

Taken on black and white negative roll film with manual processing

Printed on premium 100% cotton fiber rag Platinum acid-free archival paper to ensure museum quality, maximum longevity and fade resistance of the print

The art work is signed, titled and dated by artist

Photo prints are available unframed in 2 standard sizes for easy framing of the photograph in a passepartout and decorating your room interior or complementing your favourite collection:

  • image size 20 x 20 cm (7.87 x 7.87") on 21 x 29.7 cm (8.3 x 11.7") paper sheet;
  • image size 40 x 40 cm (15.75 x 15.75") on 42 x 59.4 cm (16.5 x 23.4") paper sheet;
  • custom size and price discussed with the author.

Choose the print size best suited to your needs and submit a secure order without prepayment for further private consultation with the photographer or tailoring of your print. Select one of the standard options and let us know when you place your order if you would like a custom size.

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