New Zealand Alps Metal Print
by Steven Ralser
New Zealand Alps by Steven Ralser - 7.5" x 10"
New Zealand Alps metal print by Steven Ralser. Bring your artwork to life with the stylish lines and added depth of a metal print. Your image gets printed directly onto a sheet of 1/16" thick aluminum. The aluminum sheet is offset from the wall by a 3/4" thick wooden frame which is attached to the back. The high gloss of the aluminum sheet complements the rich colors of any image to produce stunning results.
Mt Tasman (Horokoau in Māori; on the left) and Mt Cook (Aoraki), in the New Zealand Alps, as seen from the Lake Matheson area. Mt Cook is the... more
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Mt Tasman (Horokoau in Māori; on the left) and Mt Cook (Aoraki), in the New Zealand Alps, as seen from the Lake Matheson area. Mt Cook is the highest mountain in New Zealand at 3724m (12,218ft). Mt Tasman is the second highest mountain in New Zealand at 3,497 metres (11,473 ft). The New Zealand Alps are formed by oblique slip on the Alpine Fault, which separates the Indian-Australian Plate from the Pacific Plate.
About Steven Ralser
I am a nature and landscape photographer based in Madison, WI, with images from around the world. I am originally from Australia, but have lived in New Brunswick, Canada, and Socorro, New Mexico, before moving to Madison. I am trained as a geologist, and still teach introductory geology classes (need to pay the bills somehow).. The love of the outdoors has strongly influenced my photography, initially in Australia, but then in the the NW Territories of Canada (I was there doing geology), and the desert of New Mexico. Now I find the beauty around where I live in Madison. If you live in the Madison area, contact me, and I can print images for you (save on postage).
Marcia Lee Jones
Luther Fine Art
Tom Gari Gallery-Three-Photography
Congratulations Steven, your work is Featured in "Photographic Camera Art" I invite you to place it in the group's "2019 Featured Image Archive" Discussion!! L/Tweet
John M Bailey
Congratulations on your feature in the Fine Art America Group "Images That Excite You!"