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Harbor of Stories: Port Lympia depuis la Colline du Château

Harbor of Stories: Port Lympia depuis la Colline du Château

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This photograph was taken at a time when I could barely tell which way was up in my own life. The beautiful city of Nice with its old town and this lovely harbor, Port Lympia, provided a refuge, a sense of permanence and stability when my own sense of what was permanent was completely overturned. The photograph is entitled "Harbor of Stories" because it reminds us that human experiences, constantly evolving, happen in a backdrop of the places we live them in. They harbor our stories. They hold the stories of our grandparents, and will be witness to future humans living their own stories.

The print is made on a master's edition, archival museum-quality paper and is ready for you to frame!

Product Features:

  • Sustainably created through Gelato.
  • The paper and frame are FSC-certified (Forest Stewardship Council) or equivalent depending on regional availability. 
  • Matte paper is uncoated and natural white (off-white). The 250 gsm/ 110lb paper is perfect for fine art, designed to last for years without losing its original beauty.
  • With alkaline papermaking technology, this print is acid-free, meaning the pH of the pulp that is used to form the paper is above 7 (neutral). The paper is also buffered with an alkaline reserve, such as calcium carbonate, to neutralize acid compounds absorbed from the atmosphere or formed through natural aging. This ensures that your poster will last many years without any yellowing or discoloration.
  • The print is free from or low in OBA (optical brightener additives). This ensures that the natural white color of the paper remains consistent under different lighting conditions. In contrast, the color of papers that contain optical brighteners can shift depending on the light source. Additionally, the color of OBA-free paper remains more consistent over time, so you can enjoy the poster for years without any shifts.

About the photograph:

October 27, 2022

Shot on Nikon Z7ii


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