Deep in the Grand Canyon there is a tribe of people, the Havasupai, who have lived in and along the Big Ditch for hundreds of years. One of their main settlements, and now the center of their reservation, is in Cataract Canyon, where Havasu Creek has been cutting and creating rock for millenia. The naturally blue/green color of the water has an unnatural beauty that makes it obvious why the Havasupai would have thought of this place as so special. Here is a shot of the creek as it nears the confluence with the Colorado River.
This photo will be printed by a commercial print house that I’ve used for close to a decade and has been in operation since the 1970’s. This is an actual photographic print on Kodak Professional Supra Endura VC Digital paper with a lustre finish, which will last over 100 years in normal display conditions. This process is slightly more expensive than a common inkjet print, but offers an extremely high quality reproduction with exceptional longevity of the print. The print will come pre-mounted to a piece of heavyweight matboard, making it ready to be placed in any frame. If you would like it without the matboard, just let me know after purchasing. Prints usually arrive within 2 weeks of ordering. Shipping is only available within the United States.