"Rift" Lake Superior was formed by rifting and sculpted and filled by receding glaciers. Photographed in copper country in the Keweenaw Peninsula of Michigan's U.P. One of my favorite places to photograph especially in fall. The landscape here lends to darker tones and mysterious beauty. The Keweenaw was home to several large scale copper mining operations that boomed in the 19th and 20th centuries however copper mining in this region dates back thousands of years.
Photographed on Fuji Velvia 50, Color Slide Film, Limited Edition of 300.
All prints are made on Hahnemühle photo silk baryta, a white, silk gloss baryta paper that gives the impression of a traditional silver halide photo paper. The unique barium sulphate coating ensures an extraordinary image result with a very large color space, creamy shades of white and velvety deep black. A high color density and brilliance guarantee an impressive sharpness of detail for high resolution, vivid images of a sensational quality. The 100% alpha cellulose paper is acid-free and meets the criteria for durability according to ISO 9706. It is a top choice for high end galleries and Museums.
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