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Digital art on archival canvas with UV-protectant varnish


Size: 18 x 14  in.


Dry Tortugas national Park, Florida Keys


Compilation of 8 photographs.


An inviting tropical view of one of the most remote islands in the United States. The Dry Tortugas National Park rests on Garden Key and includes Fort Jefferson. The fort is one of the largest all-brick structures in the Western Hemisphere, using 16 million bricks.


Showcasing architecture from the 19th century - 1825 (lighthouse), and 1845 to 1875 (fort) - and a family from today walking along the seaplane beach readying to board the last flight of the day provides a contrast of then and now. 


In the stunning clear waters of the Gulf of Mexico, the foreground includes various types of coral and an anchor found around the island, plus a snorkeler diving down for exploration.


The American flag flying over the fort will be crisp in larger sizes.


Other sizes available: 24 x 30, 30 x 40, 60 x 40 (unframed) in aluminum or canvas,  up to  60 x 90 (unframed) in canvas

Last Flight Out

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    • Avoid high temperatures.
    • Clean gently with a soft dry cloth, do not use water or any liquid on giclees or fine art paper. A very small amount of water is OK on canvas.
    • Aluminum prints, made for outdoors, may get wet. However, the print must stay in indirect sunlight most of the day; all-day sunlight will eventually be harmful and will cause fading.
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