Milford Sound, New Zealand
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TRANQUILITY! There is something so relaxing & peaceful about this image…

Milford Sound is a fiord in the south west of New Zealand's South Island. It’s one of the world’s top travel destinations namely for its high snow capped peaks & surrounding cascades & waterfalls. There truly is 

no other place like it. But shooting here is a lucky dip. It is known as the wettest inhabited place in NZ and one of the wettest on the planet with 2 out of 3 days of rain.

Every time we have shot here over the years we have got unlucky but this year we got to lay witness to something pretty amazing; a cloudless, warm sunset without a breath of wind. 

It was so calm & peaceful & one the most enjoyable & rewarding shoots. 


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Our high quality 400gsm fine art canvas offers a fine structure & a premium bright white inkjet coating for amazing reproduction of art and photography. Combine this with genuine ultrachrome inks of professional Epson printers & you have a canvas print with longevity of 100+ years. Each canvas is then sprayed with a liquid laminate, which not only enhances colour but also protects against UV fading, dust, minor scratches & water. Then expertly gallery wrapped over a stretcher bar made from quality Australian pine & finished with a tape seal backing & plastic coated hanging wire.


Our Photo prints are printed on high quality 250gsm Metallic Pearl paper, then mounted on acid free foam core. A custom cut timber frame is then added along with glass. Professionally finished on the back with a tape seal & plastic coated hanging wire.


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