?ÇÿLast Light?ÇÖ by Mike Grandmaison

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?ÇÿLast Light?ÇÖ by Mike Grandmaison Clearwater Provincial Park, Manitoba. Canada Trees have been a major focal point throughout my career. Trees beautify our surroundings, purify our air, act as sound barriers, and manufacture precious oxygen. They affect our climate by moderating the effects of the sun, wind and rain, they provide shelter for wildlife, and, last but not least, they act as a carbon sink by removing carbon dioxide from the air and storing it as cellulose in their trunks, branches, and roots. Trees however offer much more than practical benefits. Trees have inspired countless artists in their art and are fascinating subjects in themselves. Whether they are depicted as individual objects or as part of a forest scene, they offer the viewer limitless variations on the themes of line, shape, form, texture and color. And there is a tree for all seasons! I photographed these spruce trees in the boreal forest just as the sunlight was about to fade away below the horizon. From my book ?ÇÿMike Grandmaison?ÇÖs Prairie and Beyond?ÇÖ (2012) Gicl?? photographic print Printed on Hahnem??hle German Etching fine art archival paper Laminated Signed & numbered, limited to 15 Certificate of Authenticity included All materials are archival Prints are securely packed and rolled into a wide tube for safe shipping. Insured courier service is included for all patrons.