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Castle Crags Metal Print featuring the photograph Castle Crags Panorama by James B Toy

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Castle Crags Panorama Metal Print

James B Toy

by James B Toy

$91.00

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Castle Crags Panorama metal print by James B Toy.   Bring your artwork to life with the stylish lines and added depth of a metal print. Your image gets printed directly onto a sheet of 1/16" thick aluminum. The aluminum sheet is offset from the wall by a 3/4" thick wooden frame which is attached to the back. The high gloss of the aluminum sheet complements the rich colors of any image to produce stunning results.

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In Northern California, a few miles south of Dunsmuir... more

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Comments (1)

Sharon Mau

Sharon Mau

✿ . . ★ . . :: splendid light and colour tones . wonderful depth . . . it is beautiful James :: . . ★ . . ☆ ✿ ☆ ✿ . . ★ . . ✤ *`*..*`*.✽ ❥

Artist's Description

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In Northern California, a few miles south of Dunsmuir along interstate 5, lies one of my favorite state parks, known as Castle Crags. My wife and I stopped in the park for a picnic lunch after visiting my family in Oregon. Inside the park a narrow winding road takes you to a parking lot. A short trail leads to a spectacular vista point where you can get a clear view of the crags, as well as a peek at Mt. Shasta which stands several miles to the North.

The crags overlook the upper reaches of the Sacramento River, which snakes its way through a lush gorge on its way towards Lake Shasta.

For this shot, made on May 15th, 1998, I used my trusty Tamron 80-200 zoom lens with a polarizer to darken the sky for dramatic effect. This panoramic image was digitally stitched from two overlapping negatives.

Photo Copyright James B. Toy

About James B Toy

James B Toy

In the fall of 1959, Mr. Toy entered this world at a place called Carmel on California's Monterey Peninsula. Nine years later his family pulled up stakes for the rain-soaked city of Salem, Oregon where he never quite fit in. When he was 12, he and his mother viewed an exhibit of photographs by a Salem newspaper photographer, which inspired him to take his first photography class. During his teenage years he gradually developed his eye for composition and his skills with light and exposure. Though he did not pursue photography as a career, he has continued to document his observations of the world on small frames of film. In 1984, Mr. Toy and his wife Heidi returned to the Monterey Peninsula where his heart belonged. In 1997, on a bit of...

 

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