“Beauty in What Remains”was taken at Ragged Point near the mouth of the Little Choptank River in Dorchester County, Md., where the combination of erosion, land subsidence, and sea level rise is always in evidence. The work of Jill Jasuta Photography, “Beauty in What Remains” is available in canvas, metal, matted, and simple print options. PHOTOGRAPHER’S CHOICE: This one looks great on canvas.
CANVAS PRINT: Canvas-wrapped print on artist-grade canvas. Image wraps around the edge of the canvas, which has a depth of 1.25 inches, adding extra dimension and visual interest. Sealed backing. Ready to hang; no frame necessary. Made in the USA.
MATTED PHOTO: The photo includes an acid-free, bevel-cut mat and backing board, giving the photo an elegant margin —- and protecting it from touching the glass once it’s framed. Use your own standard-size frame. Photo is printed on Kodak Professional Endura Premier paper with a lustre finish. The print will last 100 years in a typical home display and 200 years in dark storage.
METAL: The photo is printed on 1mm-thick aluminum, giving the image high-definition colors and a luminescent appearance. A wooden block hanger is included, so the photo floats out from the wall for a clean, eye-popping look. No frame needed.
SIMPLE PRINT: If you are looking for a traditional framed photo, we recommend that you buy a print here and take it to the specialty framer of your choice. Photo prints are printed on Kodak Professional Endura Premier paper with a lustre finish. The print will last 100 years in a typical home display and 200 years in dark storage.
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