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10550 Jake Jabs Blvd
Firestone, CO 80504
(303) 684-2400
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10550 Jake Jabs Bl
Firestone, CO 80504
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Lightning Storm over Grand Canyon's Sinking Ship 2 60x20 *D

SKU: 125-6340665
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  • Hang only from attached hangers. Do not use wire to hang.
  • Arrives in 7 to 10 Business Days, Direct to Your Home or Business.
  • Lightning Storm over Grand Canyon's Sinking Ship 60x20 by Steven Love Photography.
  • Originally taken in September of 2019.
  • An HDR composite panorama of a rock formation on the south rim of the Grand Canyon called The Sinking Ship being struck by lightning.
  • The panorama is composed of 9 photos taken in sequence and stitched together. The lightning shots were captured separately and then merged into the final image.
  • Due to the Grand Canyon's elevation storms can form without warning.
  • This location is a 3 mile hike from the Buggeln Picnic area where I parked and there is no trail leading to this specific place at the canyon. It is recommended that hikers carry food and at least a gallon of water when going to these remote undeveloped areas of the park.

**Available to Direct Ship Anywhere in the US**

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Attribute name Attribute value
Width: 60
Depth: 1
Height: 20
Availability: Free FedEx Shipping
Shape: Rectangle
Orientation: Landscape
Subject: Landscapes
Artwork Size: 20 x 60
Artwork Style: Photography
Artist's Name: Steven Love
Style: Rustic / Vintage
  • Hang only from attached hangers. Do not use wire to hang.
  • Arrives in 7 to 10 Business Days, Direct to Your Home or Business.
  • Lightning Storm over Grand Canyon's Sinking Ship 60x20 by Steven Love Photography.
  • Originally taken in September of 2019.
  • An HDR composite panorama of a rock formation on the south rim of the Grand Canyon called The Sinking Ship being struck by lightning.
  • The panorama is composed of 9 photos taken in sequence and stitched together. The lightning shots were captured separately and then merged into the final image.
  • Due to the Grand Canyon's elevation storms can form without warning.
  • This location is a 3 mile hike from the Buggeln Picnic area where I parked and there is no trail leading to this specific place at the canyon. It is recommended that hikers carry food and at least a gallon of water when going to these remote undeveloped areas of the park.

**Available to Direct Ship Anywhere in the US**

Steven Love Photography

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I am a professional photographic artist based in Arizona. My specialty is HDR composite photography in the nature and landscape fields. I also create digital paintings and photo manipulations in the science fiction and fantasy genres. I got my start in 2003 with Digitally created artwork. I originally took photographs to use as reference for my digital artwork. But then I discovered that I could make money selling my photographs. In 2006 I went full time into my photography work. I am self-taught. It took me 3 years to perfect my techniques and I am always experimenting in new ways to process my artwork to make the images as vivid and dramatic as possible. I started with an old Fuji A640 point and shoot camera. I then upgraded in 2010 to a Nikon D2Xs. Many of the images in my portfolio were taken with the D2Xs. I have recently upgraded to a Nikon D810, which enabled me to create even more vivid and more detailed photographs.