Fog Rising in the Catskills, 2018


Short Description

After a hike through rain and mist, over soggy wet leaves and the slippery exposed roots of trees that border the trail, sometimes acting like a stair or a ladder, David Nieves and I reached the overlook on the summit of Balsam Mountain. At first, there was nothing—just an endless white expanse. Then, after waiting for a while, the clouds began to break. Looking down, we could see the clouds rising like steam from the land folded between mountains.

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SKU: 2018-05-06_SRS_Blsm_120_2-008 Category: Tags: , , , , , , ,

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Paper Base

Alpha Cellulose Fiber

Paper Finish / Surface Texture

Textured Semi-Gloss

Paper Weight

300 gsm

Paper Thickness

13.8 mil

Paper Brightness

Natural White