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Dead Tree and Amelia Lighthouse Coastal Landscape Photo Framed Wall Art Prints

Regular price $56.00

Beach Life Wall Art:
Dead Tree and Amelia Lighthouse Rustic Coastal Landscape Photo Loose Framed Print

Photo Information:

About This Beach Inspired Wall Decor: Dead Tree and Amelia Lighthouse is a dramatic / stormy rustic beach scene of a fallen Cypress tree in the marshes of Fort Clinch State Park with Amelia Lighthouse on the hillside in the background and an approaching storm system overhead.

"The Amelia Island Light is the oldest existing lighthouse in the state of Florida in the United States. It is located near the northern end of Amelia Island in the northeastern part of the state. Its light marks St. Marys Entrance, the inlet leading to St. Marys River, the Cumberland Sound and the harbor of Fernandina Beach, Florida along the Amelia River. The white light flashes every ten seconds which turns red from 344° to 360° when covering the shoal water in the vicinity of Nassau Sound." - Wikipedia

Title: Dead Tree and Amelia Lighthouse
Photographer: Melissa Fague
Genre: Landscape Photography
Created: 2022
SKU: LAND-0197

Print Material:

Epson Ultra Premium Luster Photo Paper is between a gloss and matte finish, providing you with a highly saturated look and maximum ink coverage. Due to its rich colors, luster paper is a popular choice for giclée quality photographic prints. What’s more, this poster is framed in an alder, semi-hardwood frame, and comes ready to hang on the wall.

  • 10 mil (0.25 mm) thick paper
  • Alder, semi-hardwood frame (black or white)
  • .75” (1.9 cm) thick frame
  • Hanging hardware included
  • Acrylite front protector
  • Lightweight
  • Made in the USA

    Processing, Shipping and Returns:

    All of our photography prints are made-to-order. Please allow up to 3 business days for processing our framed wall art prints.  All framed artwork is shipped directly to you from our print partners ready-to-hang. 

    Returns: Super simple! No hassle return or exchange policy. You’ll receive 100% money back if you’re not satisfied...simply message us.

     

    About the Artist:

    Melissa Fague is a professional landscape and nature photographer based out of Bear, Delaware USA. In just a few short years her work has been published over four dozen times and she has won multiple national & international awards for her photographic artwork. Most recently Melissa's wall art and fine art prints have been featured on Martha Stewart, People and Better Home & Gardens. 

     

    To read Melissa's inspiring story on how she became a nature and landscape photographer; as well as receive helpful photography tips to improve your own photographic skills, please check out our blog.

    Do you have questions about Melissa's work? Pi Photography and Fine Art has had the pleasure of working with a variety of galleries, decorators, interior designers, large corporations, retailers and homeowners with their art or wall decorating projects and we'd love to work with you too on yours. If you have questions, please contact us at any time via message or call us at (800) 558-8577.

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    Proceeds:

    Because we love everything about nature and want to keep it clean, as well as the preservation of history, a portion of the proceeds of these rustic nautical wall art
     will be donated to Florida National Parks Association