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Lost Mine Trail Big Bend NP 32X48 *D

$115.99
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SKU: 125-4640657
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  • Hang only from attached hangers. Do not use wire to hang.
  • Arrives in 7 to 10 Business Days, Direct to Your Home or Business.
  • Lost Mine Trail Big Bend NP by Andy Cook Photography.
  • Sunset photograph.
  • Big Bend National Park, Texas.
  • Taken from Lost Mine Trail.
  • Chisos Mountains.
**Also Available in Stores as SKU 124-4640657 **
  • Hang only from attached hangers. Do not use wire to hang.
  • Arrives in 7 to 10 Business Days, Direct to Your Home or Business.
  • Lost Mine Trail Big Bend NP by Andy Cook Photography.
  • Sunset photograph.
  • Big Bend National Park, Texas.
  • Taken from Lost Mine Trail.
  • Chisos Mountains.
**Also Available in Stores as SKU 124-4640657 **
Products specifications
Attribute name Attribute value
Width 48
Height 32
Orientation Landscape
Artwork Size 32 x 48
Artist's Name Andy Cook
Depth 1
Artwork Style Photography
Availability Free FedEx Shipping
Shape Rectangle
Subject Landscapes
Collection Details
Andy CooK
Colorado Springs, CO
rockymtnrefl.com

Andy Cook is a professional landscape and nature photographer based in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Andy's an enthusiastic and gifted photographer who enjoys traveling and photographing the scenic beauty of the places he visits. As a photographer, he has wonderful attention to detail in composition and technique. His flair for the understated produces dynamic compositions from elements that others generally pass by. Andy's photographs have been published in numerous magazines and newspapers including National Audubon Society, Colorado Adventure, 5280 Magazine, and Colorado Vacation Planner. He has also sold images to National Geographic, National Geographic Maps, Budweiser, The Conservation Campaign, American National Bank, The Metropolitan Museum of Art (NY) and more. His work also appears on calendars, postcards and note cards and he has sold many prints to various individuals and institutions. His prints can be found on display at several galleries in Colorado.

Collection Description
Andy Cook Photography