Despite their characteristic white color, birches can remain mysteriously hidden when leaves are in full bloom. During what we call "stick season" - that season between autumn and winter - the majestic birch becomes more visible. Photographed while walking in the woods north of Brattleboro, Vermont, on a foggy morning.
Images: First image is the original print to show you the true quality; matted image is an iPhone photographs of the matted print.
Archival Print on Arkwright Photographic Paper. 6x9 photo with 11x14 black matte fits a standard frame. Signed on the back by the artist. You choose the frame to put it in. Protected in cellophane wrap.