The Mono Craters are among the youngest chains of volcanoes in the country, having initially erupted less than 40,000 years ago. In contrast, Mono Lake is one of the oldest lakes in North America, dating back over 760,000 years. From the southern edges of Mono Lake, the Mono Craters rise to 9169 feet. Viewed here from the north, the warm afternoon light catches their western flanks, which is partially reflected in the cold blue waters of Mono Lake, seen through barren, winter cottonwood branches.
About the Prints
Prints are available in glossy, luster or matte finishes. All prints on photo paper are made with a CSI LightJet laser printer on Fuji Crystal Archive paper.
Giclee prints on canvas are made with Epson Ultrachrome pigmented inks rated at over 75 years on archival media. The canvas used is specially coated, ph neutral and archival, and comes in either Torino matte or Torino glossy.
Metal prints are printed with European dye sub inks on glossy or satin coating and heat-pressed onto .045 aluminum that is durable, scratch resistant, and easy to clean. They come with rounded corners and are ready to hang.
Prints take 15-20 days to process, then will be shipped.
Please contact me for custom sizes, display options, or any other questions. Thank you!