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Cairn at Hawkins Point

It's not really a cairn, but that sounded more poetic. Rocks heaped up on the lakeshore mutely echo the distant misty mountains of late winter. Sometimes during winter, the snow melts in the lowlands (especially at the lakeshore) while it’s still feet deep just a few hundred feet up the mountainside. I went rollicking along in my Jeep one afternoon and found this heap of rocks on the shore; crouching down and looking through my camera’s viewfinder, I found a curious harmony between the rocks in front of my lens and the distant snowy peaks.

Printed with archival inks on acid-free, archival heavyweight paper. The size listed is the image size. Your artwork includes a white framing border. Price shown does not include tax and shipping.


8" x 10"

$24.95

16” x 20”

$96.95

24” x 36”

$259.95

Original available.

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