Cross of Christopher Columbus

“I have never seen a more beautiful place…   this island is truly the most beautiful land human eyes have ever beheld.”  – Christopher Columbus

While we were in the small village of Baracoa we visited the beach where Christopher Columbus landed and placed a cross into the sand declaring the island for Spain. As I stood in the same place where the man who changed the history of the western world had stood eons ago, I was overwhelmed with awe. So much has happened since Columbus landed, I wonder what he would think. The village of Baracoa is the first town to be created in Cuba. It was established in 1511 by Diego Velazquez and was Cuba’s capital until 1515. This photograph is printed on a large format Epson printer using genuine Epson ink and archival Harman Hahnemuhle paper. Each photograph is digitally signed, then mounted and matted to current archival standards. This is a limited edition series and each photograph is numbered.

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Unmounted print shipped rolled in a tube.
Professionally mounted and matted to current archival standards using 4 ply acid free bright white mat board and foam core.
Standard Framed:
Framed with Plaskolite OPTIX acrylic, which is crystal clear, lightweight, and shatter-resistant for added protection in a black aluminum Nielsen frame. Mounted and matted to current archival standards using 4-ply acid-free bright white mat board and foam core.
7" x 12" [Edition of 200]
7" x 12"
16" x 20"
17.25" x 21.25"
12" x 22" [Edition of 150]
12" x 22"
22" x 30"
23.25" x 31.25"
28" x 37" [Edition of 100]
28" x 37"
36" x 46"
37.25" x 47.25"
Due to your photograph being an over-sized package we will contact you in the next 48 hours with the shipping total if you decide to order this.
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