“High Desert Canyon,” Greg’s latest Aerial Fine Art Photographic Print


I photographed “High Desert Canyon,” of the Pueblo Colorado Wash on the Navajo Nation north of Holbrook, Arizona, early one bright morning en route from Flagstaff to Santa Fe. Read the story in my Flying Carpet column, “Santa Fe Concorso,” first published in AOPA Flight Training magazine, June, 2011.

I’ve long been fascinated by the small canyons etched into the high desert of northern Arizona and New Mexico. These veritable scratches in the barren and treeless landscape burst with vegetation sustained by small perennial streams. The resulting oases brim with springtime wildflowers, and with petroglyphs left by ancient visitors congregating for food and water. (Peek into such a canyon in my April, 2001 column, “Rock Art Ranch,” or the expanded account in my Flying Carpet book.)

“High Desert Canyon,” debuts in Limited Edition sizes of 27″x40″ and 24″x36″, and Open Editions of 16″x24″ and 10″x14″. Print prices range from $175 to $1500, with many options in between. Click here for detailed pricing and ordering information.

Like all my Views from the Flying Carpet, this photograph was collaboratively tuned for print with Master Photographic Printer Richard Jackson, who prints for the world’s finest photographers. Each individual print is meticulously crafted, matted and/or framed, and packaged for shipping under Mr. Jackson’s supervision.

Learn more about my Views from the Flying Carpet Fine Art Photographic Print series, including available images, my collaborator Master Printer Richard Jackson, and our process for creating these marvelous prints. You can also subscribe there for email updates.

Hope you find this view as exciting as I do!

Greg

©2012 Gregory N. Brown

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