Slot Canyon Magic - Same Paper Used by Peter Lik

Slot Canyon Magic The Story Over thousands of years water flowed over desert mesas, carving slots into the underlying sandstone. Slowly, layers of rock were removed, just a few millimeters at a time. The result? An amazing feast for the eyes and mind. Sunlight permeates the canyons from the top, and as it's reflected off the layers of sandstone, the colors and textures change. Throughout the day, minute by minute, the colors change from orange, to yellow, to purple. The canyons are pure magic, and are some of the most amazingly peaceful places on earth. Print Information The image is printed on Fuji Crystal Archive paper at 18" x 12" in size. The paper used is the same paper used by famous landscape photographers in galleries found all over the world. It looks magical, and people get lost in the rich silver crystals embedded within the paper that reflect all ambient light. The images themselves look backlit, and reflect all light that hits them. About Me My name is Mike Wiacek and I live in Mountain View, California, which is in the heart of Silicon Valley. I enjoy shooting all types of photography, everything from street life, to commercial, to abstract images. However, my true love is fine art landscape photography. I like to produce very large wall sized panoramic images of locations most people don't even know exist. I take all ... read more