This print has been on exhibit, but is in good condition and shipped in original packing materials. There is some slight damage to the bottom left edge, but is not easily noticeable.
This print size is 18 in X 48 in. Print shown in photo is not necessarily to scale.
Divers look down on Caribbean gray reef sharks cruising “the Amphitheater”, a curved cut in the contour of the reef walls at Bloody Bay Marine Park, forming a natural amphitheater. The sharks are a common siting here, but the pinnacle in the foreground is not normally seen from this angle. The pinnacle is very deep, hard to see from above and from a distance looks mostly black. Up close with artificial light however, it is spectacularly colored, covered with yellow, green, red and pink sponges and topped with a vivid red strawberry vase sponge.
Available in five dramatic sizes
Archival fine art print on Aluminum composite with satin anodized aluminum backing frame.
- 130 year + archival quality printing
- highest possible resolution
- super-gloss UV laminate
- elegant backing frame with hanging system
- custom print styles and sizes available
Shipped insured packaged in lightweight foamed box.