A small lone pine tree with its roots exposed through erosion, appears to make its last dance on the edge of the escarpment overlooking the main amphitheatre at Sunrise Point in Bryce Canyon National Park, south western Utah. It also represents life tenuously hanging onto the precipice as our world faces ever challenging consequences as the climate changes in part due to human activity. This is an entry for the Octopus Energy Art Prize – Portraits from the Precipice.
For its accessibility, intimacy and amazing natural wonders, Bryce Canyon has to be my favourite of the National Parks in this region of the United States over and above the more well known and busy locations – I long to return one day soon.
Printed by Kernow Fine Art in Cornwall, each print comes with a certificate of authenticity, signed and numbered on the front in pencil together with the image title. From a limited edition of 5 prints which will be sent in a tube for safe and easy shipping via a tracked service from La Poste.
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