This image was captured on a winter evening in the Sacramento Delta, where I went in hopes of seeing Sandhill Cranes in one of their favorite layover stops on their long migration. I hadn't heard about the "Pacific Flyway" before. It's the name given to a route that runs from Canada to South America, used by over 200 species of birds. They depend on these safe havens remaining protected.
Printed on aluminum and mounted with backing support and inset metal support, it floats about 3/4 inch off the wall.
Aluminum is durable and easy to clean, and the surface has minimal reflection.
Read about the metal process here.
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