Sunset on Willow I & II, 12x16 Thin Wrap
Sunset on Willow I and II are two different photos of a gorgeous early summer sunset on Moses Lake in central Washington - one earlier in the evening showing the orange and yellow hues of the sunset, and one later in the evening showing the deep pinks and purples of the sunset and the dark water. Moses Lake was once a small, shallow, salty lake that was known as "Willow" in the local Native American language. Then it was dammed and made part of the enormous Columbia Basin irrigation project to turn much of the middle of WA into fertile farmland. Still, this wet land, which extends southward in the vast dryness of central and eastern WA is quite a special place for wildlife. The name Moses comes from Chief Moses who was forced to "trade" this land for reservation land.
This is a ready-to-hang, frameless "Thin Wrap," which is touchable photo paper that is wrapped around a 1/4 inch firm "gator board." A slim block is attached to the back so that the print can be hung directly on a wall and it appears slightly as if it's floating on the wall. The whole thing is very light weight and does not need a wall stud to be hung. Priced at 12x16 and shipping included in price. Upon ordering, I will contact you to confirm which print you prefer.