The Sea of Gold

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The Sea of Gold

from 615.00

International Photography Awards - Honorable Mention 2015

Check out the story behind the photo here.

This photograph is limited to 30 total editions. For more information on purchasing a photograph, please contact Michael.

Each Limited Edition photograph is light exposed to the finest printing material available. After meticulously inspecting each photograph himself, Michael signs and numbers the print, where it is then finished with the options below:

  • Print Only
    • Photograph shipped rolled, where you can have it framed to your liking at your local frame shop.
  • Float Mounted
    • The photograph is bonded to museum grade acrylic and presented with a box frame to give the appearance of the photograph floating from the wall.
  • Italian Wood Moulding
    • Michael believes that framing is an incredibly personalized process and only uses the highest quality materials to enhance the beauty of his photographs, all while preserving their longevity. As each photograph resonates within the space it is presented, as should the framing. Michael will assist you throughout this process, customizing the framing to match not only the piece, but also to complement room in which it will be hanging. To begin this process, contact Michael to customize your new piece.
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Growing up in Kansas, the ocean has always been a dream of mine to photograph. Now that I live on the central coast of California, scenes like this are at my back door. Being able to explore the coast of Montana de Oro State Park has been a great photographic challenge. The textures and rock formations are very complex and finding a clean composition can be a challenge. On this particular evening, the setting sun beautifully illuminated the rock face to my right as the reflected colors of the clouds could be seen in the rushing incoming tide.

I'd also like to note that immediately after I finished up this shot and put away my camera, I got hit by a huge wave. Lucky I don't have any electronics with me anymore, I suppose.