Art needs to sit proudly on your wall, and when can’t bash huge nails in you need to consider the mounted print. Super tough, super light, incredibly professional.
Art comes in many shapes and sizes, and our mounted prints are built to fit each of them. The final dimensions will depend on the image you choose, but to give you an idea here are the most common photographic sizes:
I took this picture last winter in West Pennant, Nova Scotia Canada. I just learned that it was destroyed by sub tropical storm Noel.
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great framing black and white is fantastic
love this shot, has great atmosphere about it,,, well done
Nice black and white! Love the sense of mystery in the mist!
This is so nostalgic. I love that black and white and the fog just makes it for me. Well done!!
Beautiful atmospheric capture; lovely composition.
another great black and white image
Nice work sruhs, looked like it might have been a great retreat,
I have a real love of this image for a very special reason. Not only is it so nicely done, it was my Great Grandfathers fishing shack. I used to lobster fish with my Dad from this wharf. Long before the sun rose in the morning I would be locked in the shed while my father would drive to the other side of the harbour to bring the boat across. There were rumours that shack was haunted so it was often a nerve wrecking experience but I wouldn’t trade the experience or memories for anything.