Acacia tree, Namibia

Acacia tree, Namibia

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High orange-reddish dunes surround Sossusvlei, a salt and clay pan, in the southern part of the Namib Desert. The vlei is home to ancient acacia tree skeletons. Also known as camel thorn, they have been dead for over 600 years, and yet, rest mostly undisturbed and well preserved due to the extremely dry climate in this area of the Namib-Naukluft Park in Namibia.

© Olivier Löser/2019

Limited-editions. Numbered and signed with Certificate of Authenticity.

The photo paper prints are made on Fuji DP II Paper (250gr). Choose Dibond format for a rigid print laminated on a 2 mm Dibond plate. Be aware that the shipping cost will be higher.

We also offer Fine art pigment prints made by our care on Hahnemühle Museum Etching Paper (350gr) with Lucia pigment Ink.

Size in centimeters.  Edition Structure I 20x30 edition of 30 I 40x60 edition of 20 Photo Paper & 20 Dibond I 50x75 edition of 10 Photo Paper & 10 Dibond I 60x90 edition of 5 Photo Paper & 5 Dibond I 18x27 edition of 20 Fine Art Paper & Pigment Ink I 26x39 edition of 10 Fine Art Paper & Pigment Ink I

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