Close Encounter Acrylic Print
by GLENN Mohs
Close Encounter by GLENN Mohs - 10" x 6"
Close Encounter acrylic print by GLENN Mohs. Bring your artwork to life with the stylish lines and added depth of an acrylic print. Your image gets printed directly onto the back of a 1/4" thick sheet of clear acrylic. The high gloss of the acrylic sheet complements the rich colors of any image to produce stunning results. Two different mounting options are available, see below.
There is a dirt road in the Badlands National park leading west that leads to a prairie dog village where most people stop, look and turn... more
3 - 4 business days
Acrylic Print Tags
There is a dirt road in the Badlands National park leading west that leads to a prairie dog village where most people stop, look and turn around.
I kept going to see what was further on. I had plenty of water, snacks and good shock absorbers on the car which were pushed to their limits on the washboard track.
As I topped a small hill I stopped at the sight of this buffalo quietly munching on grass less than fifteen feet from the car.
My wife was sure it was a statue put there by the parks department until it looked in our direction.
This photograph was taken through the passengers car window and has not been changed in any way other than cropping out the window frame of the car.
About GLENN Mohs
My artwork is focused on bringing out the emotion of the location to you the viewer. If the photograph puts a smile on your face, then I have achieved my goal. You are invited to enjoy evocative scenes of the world as it is and on occasion as it could be. My career in photography began over forty years ago when I purchased a Polaroid camera that popped out small prints on hard paper after having been waved in the breeze. A series of simple cameras followed until I realized that photography was more than a hobby, and it became a passion, one that I still enjoy today. I challenge myself to find new and interesting locations and use the wonder of changing light and weather to present to you, the viewer what it feels like to be there, and to...