Murwillumbah, NSW. Australia
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PWHOAR!!!!!! Now that is what you call a Thunderstorm! 

Taken about an hour ago in Northern NSW, this incredible Supercell brought with it this incredible shelf cloud. As it came over the ranges it just kept on intensifying! 

We decided to head to these cane fields where we’d previously scouted in case this very thing would happen one day. The composition was just what we are after & felt it complimented the scene just perfectly. The wind, rain & hail to follow was mind blowing. The cloud structure itself looked like something from Tornado Alley in the USA. This is one of the best storms we have ever photographed & a moment we will never forget! 


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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 & complemented with colour coordinated acid free mat board. 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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