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Throught The Shadows 32 x 48

Manufacturer: Circle Graphics
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  • Taken at dusk at Zabraski Point in Death Valley National Park.
  • I wanted to bring out the brilliance of color in a desert believe by many to be a desolate wasteland.
  • The real treat was the absolute silence after the crowds left.
  • To the photographer, this photo represents the abundance of color and life one can find in a place previously believed to be barren.
  • Taken at dusk at Zabraski Point in Death Valley National Park.
  • I wanted to bring out the brilliance of color in a desert believe by many to be a desolate wasteland.
  • The real treat was the absolute silence after the crowds left.
  • To the photographer, this photo represents the abundance of color and life one can find in a place previously believed to be barren.
Products specifications
Width 48
Height 32
Depth 1
Weight
Availability Fast Free Shipping
Artist's Name Bill Durnan
Subject Landscapes
Orientation Landscape
Collection Details
Billy Durnan
Arizona

William "BILL" J. Durnan was born in New York, New York in 1986. Having grown up in the eclectic city, art had overpowered his childhood. At the age of 10, he purchased his first camera with money from his earnings shoveling snow in his neighborhood. √ĽUpon moving to Arizona for high school, his passion for photography only grew after visiting many of the landmarks in the desert southwest. After high school, Durnan attended Arizona State University and earned a degree in Business Management, and completed an MBA in Entrepreneurship three years later. When asked about why he made the decision to pursue business rather than photography, he stated, I did so in the name of photography to make the biggest impact on my small business, others small businesses, and encourage even more people to get involved in following their passions to create a life they have previously only dreamed of. He went on to explain his plans to write a book on taking photography from hobby to profitable business, while also drawing up plans for workshops and a YouTube channel for instructional support.

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