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"Road To Nowhere"

Part of a new range of pastels which I've created to evoke a nostalgic feeling, with subtle tones & vintage style framing. Available on metallic canvas which is created from an optimal blend of metallic, silver & pearlescent surface finishes to portray exceptional detail. I love it!

"The infamous Skippers road is not for the faint hearted & I had chickened out of driving down here previously. But not because of the road itself, I was more concerned about meeting a landrover towing a trailer of kayaks (commonly seen) on one of those hairy bends. What then? But I got up early & put a brave face on! You can only imagine what life was like for the early settlers, the lure of gold certainly drove them to some remote, inhospitable places!" 

Equipment: 60Mp Phase One DB + Mamiya AFD 645 + 45mm lens

5 frames stitched for maximum detail & clarity

Exposure: 1/60 sec @ f9 ISO 400

Location: Skippers Canyon, Central Otago

Limited Edition: 25 signed & certified prints (all sizes & media)

Year of Release: 2020

Printer: HP Z3200 PS 12 colour "Vivera" archival pigment inks, Giclée process (100% cotton rag paper & fine-art canvas)

Print Permanence: 250 years indoors, as tested on HP Z3200 printer by Wilhelm Research Institute, California http://www.wilhelm-research.com/hp/Z3200.html

Copyright: Peter Latham 2020