Sunrise at Superior Entry Lighthouse -- August 21, 2015
Superior Bay is a natural harbor in the northwest corner of Lake Superior that is fed by the St. Louis River and empties into the lake through a natural opening, known as Superior Entry, which is bounded by Minnesota Point and Wisconsin Point. Together, these two points create the longest freshwater sandbar in the world. Superior Entry Lighthouse went into commission on October 10, 1912 at the outer end of the southern breakwater.
Metal prints are printed on aluminum and are extremely high-quality pieces. They are ready to hang with attached brackets and appear to "float" 3/4" off the wall. They look absolutely beautiful. The vivid colors really pop on the metal background and provide a great "wow" factor. Metal prints may require an additional 3-5 days depending on availability and stock.
Note: Standard print images are professionally rendered on archival-quality Kodak Professional Supra Endura paper. These are real photographic prints - not produced on an inkjet printer. The life expectancy is over 100 years before noticeable fading in typical home display (provided it is kept out of direct sunlight or moisture).
Standard prints will ship with matting unless otherwise requested (Matting is white with white-core and is acid-free).
Watermark will not be present in printed image.