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12"x18" shown


These disk-like lenticular clouds are a fairly common sight on the eastern slope of the Sierra Nevada Mountains in the winter where warm, wet air from the Pacific blows across the range and is met with the dry and cooler desert air. The rock formations and desolate nature of the Alabama Hills makes the landscape feel extraterrestrial, with these oddly shaped clouds reminiscent of hovering spacecraft. 


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Archival quality giclée print on premium grade fine art paper. Ready to be framed or mounted. 


Canvas gallery wrap. The image "wraps" around the sides of the stretcher bars and is visible on the side, top and bottom edges of the stretched print. A dramatic way to display a photograph without a frame. 

The Mothership

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