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The name of this photograph comes from the nature of this waterfall. Phantom Falls (in North Table Moutnain, near Chico, California) is so named because sometimes you see it, and sometimes you don't. It only appears after prolongued periods of rain, towards the end of the wet season. And it can dry up rather quickly, too, with the intense sun as well as very absorbent volcanic ground. This photo was taken in mid to late spring, with probably only a few weeks of water flow left. But the grass was green and lush, and still interspersed with some poppy blossoms. The place truly came to life at sunset, when the shadows cast by the dramatic rock formations began to play games with the landscape.
The original work comes with a 16x20 mat, not print. The print is slightly smaller. The mat will be signed, and the print will be signed and dated (behind the mat). It will all be hand-compiled and inspected by me. Both the original work and print-on-demand prints are limited in number, so are sure to be a worthwhile investment.
May 13th, 2012
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