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Sacramento River, Dunsmuir, California
Dunsmuir is best-known in landscape photography circles as the home of Mossbrae Falls; a rather unique waterfall that is probably the most often photographed location in the Mount Shasta region. Access has been illegal for the past several years due to railroad safety concerns so I skipped it on this visit. (Sorry to disappoint but trespassing sets a really bad example.) You can Google for Mossbrae Falls and it is undeniably pretty but it totally shaped my pre-conception of Dunsmuir prior to this visit. I figured that it was probably some semi-ghost town in the middle of nowhere that just happened to have a beautiful waterfall. I’d never seen another photo from this area.
I couldn’t be more wrong. Samantha and I dined in the historic downtown district where we had the most amazing mahi mahi fish tacos and elk burger. There was live entertainment outside in the patio too. The downtown area was quite walkable; though many shops did appear to be either closed or available for lease, it was very well preserved. To me it felt like what the ideal Main Street is small town America is like. We also found the people up in this area to be extremely friendly. Near more urban areas like San Francisco or L.A., if someone was that friendly you should probably have your guard up. But there we had people laughing with us and asking to take our photo for us when they saw us having a good time. Everyone you pass on the trails says hello. The hotel restaurant doesn’t even charge for breakfast when you exceed the allotted amount.
I spent part of two days at Dunsmuir City Park and Botanical Gardens. It’s more forest than what you would typically think of as a city park. The first time, Samantha and I walked around looking at all the flowers and having fun at the playground. I didn’t shoot any photos but made a mental note to return on the way home. So I photographed around the Sacramento River for an hour by myself before the long drive home to the Bay Area while Samantha went off to work. A perfectly relaxing way to end a great trip.
Traditional Fine Art Photo Prints
Traditional photo prints are printed on Fuji Crystal Archive silver halide photo paper which have unrivaled sharpness and detail. Each print features a one-inch white border around the live image area to provide maximum flexibility while framing. These prints are the ideal choice for collectors and interior designers or collectors who plan to work with a professional framer.
Based on my own experience, I would suggest choosing a UV-protected, non-glare acrylic surface for framing rather than glass. I can either ship directly to you or your framer of choice.
For ready-to-hang prints, consider purchasing Lumachrome HD acrylic prints or canvas gallery wraps.
Canvas Gallery Wrap - Ready To Hang
Canvas Gallery Wraps are an eye-catching way to display photography in homes and businesses. Stretched over wooden frames, canvas wraps “pop” from the walls on which they are mounted. There is no need to deal with cumbersome frames as my canvas wraps come ready to hang on the wall. With a heavily-textured surface, canvas prints are not ideal for photos that feature a lot of small details as they can get “buried” within the texture of the canvas. Sweeping landscapes and travel imagery is suitable for canvas.
For ready-to-hang prints that bring out the best detail in all types of photos consider our Lumachrome HD acrylic prints.
Lumachrome Acrylic Print - Ready To Hang
The ultimate in luxury fine art printmaking today. The Lumachrome HD technology is engineered to overcome and surpass the limitations of traditional continuous tone Lightjet prints and inkjet prints. The finest details appear to emerge in 3D from the depths of the photo with the Lumachrome process thanks to the transparency layer that is infused with iridium particles and is encapsulated in a layer suspended between the white poly surface and non-glare TruView acrylic.
This ready-to-hang print includes a 1/8" acrylic facemount with a 6mm or 12mm Comatex backing and an HD Italian ROMA back mounted floating frame.