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"And The Universe Above..." would suit a canvas treatment - you could go large for drama or stay small for a cameo.

"Tawonga Morning"

A moody monochrome that looks wonderful printed 81 cm wide on canvas.

"Honeysuckle Reef"

This is a slow shutter speed image taken at low tide and daybreak at Shoreham. This image can go very large and is beautiful on canvas. Do you have a grand piece of wall space that needs to make a statement?

"Trunks and Ripples"

A real eye catcher if you want a contemporary, semi-abstract piece of art. Go large for extra impact. The frame and glass combination will give the best effect if you want a classy look.

"First Light"

This image of Lake Eppalock particularly suits being printed large on stretched canvas on a hardwood frame.

"Break in the Clouds #1"

Can be ordered separately or part of a pair with "Break in the Clouds # 2" Price depends on your choices. This pair suits being printed on archival photo paper and framed.

"Hattah Lakes, Dawn"

Possibly go large with this one printed on archival photo paper and framed! Acrylic instead of glass over the image will make it lighter.

"Family Tree"

Looks brilliant printed on stretched canvas on a hardwood frame. Large or small will work well.

"Ghostly Gums"

This dramatic image, from Mount Stirling, suits being printed on archival quality photo paper and framed with a rich red mount.

"Evening Rose"

The restful colours in this image make it well suited to a canvas. Keep it small for an intimate, warm, cameo effect.

"Luv Winter"

This cheerful, fun image really could be printed on any of the three options. Stay small to medium for a window-like effect.

"Snow Cornice"

Aluminium every time for this image! The crisp, ultra-glossy finish that is flooded over the aluminium base, is ideal for a sharp, impact - statement shot like this one. Go large!

"Day's New Dawn"

Would look best printed on stretched canvas on a hardwood frame or printed on archival photo paper and framed. This peaceful image is well suited to hanging in an office or waiting room.

"Sharing Reflections"

This image would look amazing hanging in your coffee shop / restaurant or corporate staff room. It suits the crisp, reflective nature of the aluminium printing. Go large for impact or stay small for a feeling of intimacy.

"Against the Odds"

A great inspirational image. Print on canvas to give a rustic look. Keep it small to medium.

"Simplicity"

Keep this image small to medium in size. If you want a classic, refined look then have it printed on paper and framed. If you require a more rustic effect then it would work well printed on canvas.

"Moonrise Over Secret Beach"

This peaceful image from Mallacoota would suit a bedroom with its pastel pallet. Stay small to medium and frame with glass.

"Alpine Skies"

This slow shutter speed image from the Bogong High Plains will suit framing or canvas. However, it would really glow if given the Aluminium treatment.

"Fern Gully #1"

Print to poster size (24" x 36"), at least. This would suit glass and frame or canvas.

"Glowing Treeferns"

Keep this tranquil image medium size to seem like a window looking onto this delightful scene.

"Night Sprints"

Go large for drama with this panorama of Falls Creek.

The River Runs

This moody black & white panorama would add a calming atmosphere to a special room.

The stars will glow in your home!

Printed on canvas or archival paper and framed with glass, this will look great!

This dramatic image would look great on canvas. Not too small.

If you are looking for a moody monochrome for that special room, one of these atmospheric panoramas might suit you. 

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"Trunks and Ripples"

A real eye catcher if you want a contemporary, semi-abstract piece of art. Go large for extra impact. The frame and glass combination will give the best effect if you want a classy look.