If you never considered 50 shades of grey, let alone Grey, something to write home about, behold the infinite shades of blue in this stunning calm sea image.
Could it become a decisive piece of decoration in your home or office?
If you have been looking at it for several minutes, and still are, perhaps this is a question you should ask yourself, seriously.
It is one third into September off the coast of Northeast Greenland. You are on deck of an expedition ship having just crossed the Arctic Ocean coming from Svalbard.
The view in front of you is the first sighting of the pack ice, a thin white line on the horizon. However, it hardly matters. The calm expanse in the foreground is such a captivating display, that you can barely take your eyes off it.
“The sea… is nothing but love and emotion; it is the Living Infinite.”
Jules Verne, 20,000 Leagues under the Sea
With the noticeable chill in the air, the scene gets literally breathtaking. Now, try to control yourself and get this shot!
The picture was taken alongside the Northeast Greenland National Park seaboard. The park may be the largest in the world, but it is by no means an easy to reach destination.
A glance at the map would reveal how far off the beaten track you are here. Your only option to get in the vicinity would be on an expedition cruise ship. A typical itinerary visiting these shores starts in Svalbard's Longyearbyen and targets Reykjavík in Iceland as its final port of call, or moves in the opposite direction.
The opportunities are rare. There were whole four departures scheduled for 2018. When booking, you will require to complete an extensive questionnaire about your medical condition due to remoteness and isolation of this place.
Or, opt for buying this art seascape print from the comfort of your home, and save while at it!
Fair enough! To assist you in your decision, consider some of the following.
The image is truly fascinating. You could argue that it lacks a subject, but this is, in fact, its virtue.
The sheer vastness, rendered in fine gradations of ethereal blue, is endlessly engrossing. The distant horizon where the sea becomes one with the sky forms an irresistible magnet for your eyes, making you yearn to reach beyond.
The calm surface seems one moment like a light curtain, easy to lift off in order to look underneath, one moment like a heavy cover, mercury-like, impossible to penetrate.
This blue-and-white canvas is soothing and intriguing, sublime and alluring, simple and profound at the same time—and deep, in all senses.
Place this seascape close to you, and follow its glide to the worlds yet unseen.
Tired of the everyday bustle? Need some quiet around you and your loved ones?
Go for it! Make this print to your anchor, something to rely on and to hold on to, to rest your eyes on, to dream about.
Keep it as a gift, a promise, a hope, a glimpse at the future, safe and life-affirming.
This calm sea image art edition is crafted to withstand the test of time. You can be sure to enjoy it your whole life, then pass it on to your children, and their children, and be remembered—for this as well—for many years to come.
Isn't it something worth trying, waiting for, looking forward to?
Certainly! Just fill out the form below:
You will be forwarded to PayPal where you complete your order. Remember:
In short: You cannot go wrong. I wish you many a happy moment with your purchase!
If you like the image but would prefer it with another print size or finish, get it produced to your exact specifications!
Just head over to the general order form with more choices, and request a quote for your very personal edition of this calm sea image art print.
If you have another question, or a problem ordering, feel free to contact me:
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Consider Arctic Arc, a luxury photo book with 48 original panoramic photographs from Iceland and Greenland, seamlessly printed edge to edge over the fold!
The original interior image on this page is sourced from public domain via Pixabay.
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