Sunset over the stark, jagged, red lichen covered rocks that line the Rocky Cape peninsular in north west Tasmania. To the left of the little island you can make out the wisps of steam from Port Latta’s iron ore plant, and to the right of the setting sun, the Nut in Stanley is but a blimp. It was precarious clambering over these rocks to get to this vantage point, but the striking colours, the amazing geology and this view over Pebbly Bay and Bass Strait make it a worthy scramble.
All my fine art canvas prints use Breathing Colour Lyve Archival-Certified canvas as a premium finish. This 450gsm media has an Archival Quality Certificate issued by the Fine Art Trade Guild, which means that the high quality and print permanence has been tested and confirmed. This canvas is widely used by many photographers and artists for Giclee printed limited editions of their prints, to serve customers who expect a perfect product that will last over 100 years. It is produced without the use of Optical Brightening Agents (OBAs). It is acid free and has a neutral pH coating. Combined with a Timeless Satin varnish, Lyve canvas offers the most archival photo and art reproduction available.