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25 print limited edition

As we near the pole we can see the tracks made by the ‘fuel train’- a procession of snowcats that drag huge bladders of fuel up to the South Pole station to run its many generators. In this photo it looks as though the skiers are heading into the sunset, but this is an illusion as the sun is actually high in the sky. The illusion is caused by blown ice crystals on the horizon reflecting the suns light and lighting the horizon up like a sunset.

The size given below refers to the length of the longest edge of the print

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Printing and Limited Editions explained

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All my prints are available both as signed, fine art prints and unsigned photographic prints.
Signed fine art prints are limited edition meaning that only a certain number will ever be printed, normally 25, though it varies. They are printed on fine art, Hahnemühle Photo Rag paper using Giclée printing, and each one is individually signed, numbered and checked by me. You know that only a certain number of these will ever be printed. You can see an example of how they look above.
Unsigned photographic prints are processed directly by The Print Space using C-type photographic printing. They are printed with a white border around the edge containing my logo. An example can be seen on the right. Click on the image to see a larger example.

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Paddy Scott