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Oak Tree Graveyard

Big Talbot Island State Park, Jacksonville, Florida

Oak Tree Graveyard

Big Talbot Island is one of the barrier islands north of Jacksonville, Florida. Overlooking Nassau Sound on the Atlantic Ocean is a bluff covered with oak trees. For thousands of years, storms have eroded the bluff, causing trees to fall onto the beach. This picture was taken on that beach, also known as “Boneyard Beach”. It was taken well after sunset, but a long 65-second exposure and a small flashlight were able to bring light back to the scene and tranquility back to the beach.

For more information, check out the following blog post:
Introducing “Trees In Their Twilight”

To see how this might look framed, click here.

Photographic details: Canon EOS 20D camera w/ 16-35mm lens set to 23mm, f/11 for 65 sec at ISO 100.

Print details: maximum size Medium Printed Estimated
  Fine Art Paper 11" x 17" 18" x 27"
  Canvas 24" x 36" 26" x 381/2"

Currently In Stock

Although we can print to your specifications any size up to the above limits to the nearest 1/16" with any mat and moulding combinations, the below prints are available immediately:

Print Number   Description Price (includes sales tax & shipping)
Matted:
#8 Matted Oak Graveyard 8 matted 11"x15" print, orange inside blue mats (outside 16"x20") $111
 
#13 Matted Oak Graveyard 13 matted 11"x15" print, black inside light blue mats (outside 16"x20") $107
 
#14 Matted Oak Graveyard 14 matted 11"x15" print, black mat (outside 16"x20") $89
 
Framed:
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Paper
Framed Oak Graveyard 2 framed 11"x17" print, orange mat with steps inside black mat, "Espresso Walnut" frame (outside 201/2"x261/2") $239
 
Canvas:
#9 & #11 Large Canvas Oak Graveyard gallery-wrapped 24"x36"x11/2" $585
 
#12 Canvas Oak Graveyard 12 gallery-wrapped 12"x18"x3/4" $204


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We used to have a different numbering system for prints on fine art paper than for print on canvas, as described in our blog post We’ve Changed Our Numbering System Again. For the Oak Tree Graveyard, the consolidated numbering system began at #8 (after 3 paper prints and 4 canvas prints had been made).