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Trotternish Ridge Light

Color Photograph

Created by Matt Anderson
Also referred to as the Quiraing, it is a landslip on the eastern face of Meall na Suiramach, the northernmost summit of the Trotternish, on the Isle of Skye, Scotland. Taken in dramatic December weather, the stormy ephemeral light opens, and beams of short lived godrays radiate down over the spiked land formation called The Cleat, Loch Cleat, and Loch Leum na Luirginn below. The highest ridge to the right is called Dun Dubh, and the interesting craggy dinosaur back - shark fin formation on the lower right is called Cnoc a Mheirlich.

This fine art print is masterfully prepared on an award-winning robust fine-art paper chosen for maximum impact and long-term archival quality. This fine-art paper is colorfast, having color that retains its original hue without fading or running for more than 100 years. The medium creates high-end photos with impeccable quality and excellent archival properties, making it the highest quality print in fine-art reproduction today.

This print is shipped safely in either a flat reinforced cardboard box or a durable high quality environmental friendly tube. We strongly recommend keeping the art in this original shipping package ready for transport to your local framer. We suggest minimal handling because of propensity for the art to be creased, finger printed, or damaged. Fractional dimensions have been rounded to the nearest inch. White border size may vary given print production processes.

Larger print sizes available upon special request.

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