“Superstition Mountains Mist,” and “Texas Irrigation Circles,” Greg’s latest Fine Art Prints

Arizona’s haunting Superstition Mountains host many well-known legends, notably that of the Lost Dutchman Mine.

“Superstition Mountains Mist” (left) is a personal favorite in capturing the mysterious aura of these peaks, with their craggy crowns and giant Saguaro cacti.

“It’s misty this morning as I approach Phoenix, the result of rare recent rainfall. Glancing eastward toward the dawn, I savor a scene both pilots and authors can appreciate: misty layers of the Superstition Mountains torn from shades of monochrome paper. To a pilot it’s a photograph. To an artist it’s a painting. To a poet it’s verse. For me in my Flying Carpet, it’s a someday story hiding in an amazing view.”

Read Greg’s October, 2008 Flying Carpet column, “Writers’ Rendezvous,” where this image first appeared.

“Texas Irrigation Circles” (right) was photographed over the Texas Panhandle near Dalhart, on a long journey from South Carolina to Arizona.

As amazing as viewing the work of nature from the air, is surveying the veneer of civilization applied by humankind to the land. Read Greg’s December, 2009 Flying Carpet column, “The Longest Day,” where this image first appeared.

“Superstition Mountains Mist,” and “Texas Irrigation Circles,” are debuting in Limited Edition sizes of 27″x40″ and “24”x36″, and Open Editions of 16″x24″ and 10″x14″. Prices range from $175 for an unmounted 10″x14″ print, to $1500 for a museum-mounted 27″x40″, with numerous options in between.

Like all my Views from the Flying Carpet, these photographs were collaboratively tuned for print with Master Printer Richard Jackson, who prints for the world’s finest photographers. All are meticulously crafted, matted and/or framed, and packaged for shipping under Mr. Jackson’s supervision. Click each image for pricing and ordering information.

Click here to learn more about my Views from the Flying Carpet Fine Art Photographic Print series, including available images, my collaborator Master Printer Richard Jackson, and the process we use to create these marvelous prints. You can also subscribe there for email updates.

As usual, these prints are “good enough to eat,” thanks to Mr. Jackson and his terrific team. Consider adding one to your collection!


©2012 Gregory N. Brown

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