Fine Art Photography Print - Salt Pan 6, Lake Macleod, Gascoyne, WA
Lake Macleod is a lake that as a result of evaporation of influxing of sea water through the Pleistocene country rock lies below sea level. It periodically is flooded by freshwater from monsoonal rains. It was pretty dry when I was there.
Unless otherwise specified, all print sizes include the 2.5 inch white border (top and sides) and 3 inch at the bottom to allow for the artist's signature.
All photos are printed by archival standards on Matt paper with archival ink.
Prints are Signed by the original artist and accompanied by a signed certificate of authenticity.
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