This image is taken at the aptly named "Wreck Beach", off the Great Ocean Road in Victoria.
The anchor is from a ship called the Marie Gabrielle, which wrecked on this spot in 1869, carrying a load of Tea from China. The anchor is all that remains of the wreck in this incredible location, a testament to how rough the seas can be in this spot, far from this idyllic but cold summers morning.
We parked for the night above the wreck, and made the trek down the 400 or so stairs at about 4am in order to be there for first light. Finding the anchor in pitch black conditions was no picnic, we weren't able to scout the location beforehand. Nonetheless, we made it and I set up for the image.
The sunrise was extremely dissapointing with minimal light, and the clouds above refused to fire up. I was just packing up my equipment to leave when Amanda pointed up and said excitedly, "It's happening!"
I set my stuff back up, slightly adjusted for the clouds and fired away as the clouds grew from pale grey to fluoro pink and then orange. It was all over in about 8 minutes, but it was just enough time for this shot. The walk back up the stairs was no picnic, apparently we climbed 22 stories in 340m to get back to the car.
We use the highest quality materials, inks and archival processes available today. Every piece is inspected and handmade by one of the best framers in the country, located in Sydney, Australia. Each piece is meticulously created and packaged before being sent to you, for display in your home or business. Don't forget about our Money Back Guarantee if you aren't completely happy with your piece of art.
We sell traditional high quality photo paper prints. Printed on 310GSM 100% cotton paper for longevity and crisp detail.
These ship in tubes, carefully packaged. Please leave in the tube until you are ready to frame your print.
These are some of the highest quality Fine Art Canvas prints you can get in Australia. Our printer uses only the highest quality 375GSM cotton/polyester blend canvases with high quality Inkjet inks, Australian timber stretcher bars and a heat pressed laminated sheet for protection.
Our Framed prints are custom made in Sydney, Australia using high quality plain mouldings, to ensure they work with all different styles of image.
Each image is carefully printed using Archival inks on 310GSM cotton paper, before being mounted on foamboard and framed.
Each Framed print will arrive ready to hang on your wall, looking finished and fantastic.
The print is digitally printed using the best printers available on a metallic paper, and then the "face" of the image is mounted to the 6mm sheet of perfect Acrylic using an optically clear film. This then has a backing and wall hanging system attached, resulting in a perfect, frameless look with an added level of depth and clarity to the image.
The perfect flatness of these prints and the modern, frameless edge gives these prints a real "WOW" factor.
These prints come with an easy wall mounting rail, they can get heavy in the larger sizes so installation with screws into your wall is preferred.
Our Facemount Acrylic Blocks make edition to any home or workspace, and also make a wonderful gift.
The image is professionally printed and then facemounted to 2cm thick crystal clear acrylic. This gives the image a 3D effect and is self standing. The standard size is 30cm x 10cm, however we can arrange custom sizes to order.
Our Acrylic Blocks are a stunning feature in any room, be it a bedside table, coffee table, hall table or shelf unit.
"I was concerned about the anvas quality, I've had bad experiences in the past with cheap canvas prints, but your quality was just amazing, it's the best canvas print I've seen and I'm proud to have it on my wall at work." - Scott, 2018.
"We are absolutely delighted with the finished product. A high quality piece of art work, that will take pride of place in our lounge. The quality of materials and colour reproduction are first class." - Alf, 2019.
"My Acrylic print looks absolutely next level, better than I could have imagined. Thanks heaps Dan and the team!" - Bridget, 2020