The Grand Tetons National Park in autumn is a true feast for the eyes. A canvas of golden yellows and luscious greens surround the mirror-like water of the lake and is one of the classic views of the park that even Ansel Adams himself was drawn to time and time again. To create something unique and different I decided to create a super-panoramic of this scene. Made up of 8 to 10 separate frames the panoramic has been painstakingly digitally stitched to create a truly one-off piece of work.
Designed to work in any area that has plenty of horizontal space, the scene is a true eye-catcher and and statement maker it will lift any room but as the space. Paragraph due to its elongated proportions I would highly advise a minimum size for the height of 25cm to 30 cm which would result in the length of being 1.5m to 2.4m long.
Due to the mirror-like surface of the water and the vivid colours of the autumnal scene I would highly recommend the ultra HD acrylic for this print.