Bowling Ball Beach

Bowling Ball Beach

 

 

Bowling Ball Beach was photographed in the fall of 2013 at the beach at Schooner Gulch State Beach. The beach looks as though it’s been scattered with oversized bowling balls.  These so-called bowling balls are actually a geological phenomenon known as “concretion,” sedimentary rock formed by a natural process wherein mineral cements bind grains of sand or stone into larger formations. These boulders are the result of millions of years of concretion and erosion, exposing the hard spheres as the mudstone of the cliffs receded around them.

  • Paper and finish of framed artwork

    All framed images are printed on a pearl metallic paper. This paper gives the images a beautiful iridescent quality and added warmth to the colors. They are then finished with a heat pressed laminate to protect the image. This product provides a water resistant surface that is UV protected without the glare or reflection that glass can cause. The frames are a black brushed satin finish metal frame (see photo for sample).  Each finished piece is a limited edition collector print that arrives ready to hang on your wall bringing enjoyment for years to come.

     

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