Lunar Eclipses happen about every 2.5 years and it takes 375 years before it goes over the exact same location again. This was quite the journey for this shot. I expected that we would have nice weather in Washington and I was planning to go to the coast to catch the lunar eclipse but the clouds rolled in hard. Almost everywhere I looked it was going to be snowing or cloudy. Then I turned my gaze to Eastern Washington in the Frenchman Coulee area. The location turned out perfect, the moon just barely skirted above the basalt columns before eclipsing, and setting again. They are called blood moons because they really do turn deep red once the moon has fully eclipsed.
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Material Selection (what they all mean)
Photo Prints are gallery quality photo prints, you can choose either a luster sheen or glossy finish.
Fine Art Papers are a high quality thick textured paper. If you want a lighter texture go for the Epson Hot Press for a watercolor style texture you will want the Epson Cold Press
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Acrylic Prints are another popular way to allow the artwork to sing. These prints are face-mounted onto plexiglass and have polished edges. Many finishing options to choose from.
Canvas Wrapped are Fine Art Prints printed directly onto canvas material. The print is then wrapped around an artist's stretcher frame, and finished with your choice of hanging hardware. Float Frames are a great way to complete the look of a Canvas Wrapped Print.
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