After Mitchell Henry inherited a fortune from his father, he purchased thousands of acres in the majestic Connemara region of Ireland upon which he had this fairytale castle built as a gift for his wife Margaret. Circa 1871, Kylemore Abbey has since been home to English Royals and The Irish Benedictine Nuns.
A heavy cover of clouds and majestic mountains tower over one of the deepest lakes in Ireland, Doo Lough. Pronounced doo-lock and translating to dark lake, this valley in County Mayo was the site of tragedy in the mid-1800s during the Irish Potato Famine. These days, the lake serves as a fine source for spring salmon, grilse and sea trout.
The south transept of St. Patrick’s Cathedral and its flying buttresses stand behind a wrought iron fence in Dublin, Ireland. St. Patrick is thought to have performed baptisms on the site in the 5th Century, while the current structure dates back to the mid-13th century.
A pair of tall wooden plank doors with ornate hinges open to the south transept of the Christ Church Cathedral in Dublin, Ireland. This fine Romanesque doorway arch is original, dating back to the 1180s.
Get my Power of Vernal Falls on a print taller than you are, or get my Angel Oak on a print wider than you can stretch your arms!
These Larger Than Life (LTL) prints are on an amazing lightweight canvas fabric paper with a gentle but effective adhesive backing that will stick to nearly any surface, including exposed brick, large windows, as well as the textured plaster walls that are common in Las Vegas and other areas of the country.
No expensive custom framing or canvas stretching needed, and no messy wallpaper paste to deal with. The prints can be repositioned or moved to other walls 100 times or more without losing it’s adhesiveness, and they will not peel the paint off of your walls.
This is truly an amazing product that I am excited to offer. Having such a gigantic print on your wall will truly have a dramatic impact on your decor.
Currently, a selection of 21 of my photos are available in LTL prints ranging from 60” to 82” (as measured on longest side). If there are any additional photos in my portfolio that you’d like to me to offer as an LTL print, just let me know.
Colorful double rainbows at the base of Bridalveil Fall in Yosemite National Park. The 620’ tall waterfall was originally named “Pohono” by Native Americans, which translates to “the spirit of the puffing wind.” Notice that the colors of the outer rainbow are in reverse order of the main rainbow. The mist at this location is overwhelming in the Spring, requiring rain gear and camera waterproofing. Even then, it requires a paparazzi-like approach to snap photos quickly while turning toward the spray and then away in an attempt to try to keep the lens as dry as possible. The colorful rainbows have been isolated against a monochromatic background in the digital darkroom in order to achieve my desired visual effect.
Incredible cloud formations over Bridge Mountain within the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, located along the outskirts of Las Vegas, Nevada. This was definitely one of those times when patience was rewarded. You just have to choose your spot and wait for the lighting and weather conditions to fall into place. Red Rock Canyon is a beautiful area just minutes from my home, and I am trying to do my part to help it gain the world’s attention that it deserves.