Aurora Borealis and Sprague Fire at Lake McDonald
This amazing collision of beauty and destruction was captured in late August 2017 from the foot of Lake McDonald in Apgar village just a few days before the Sprague wildfire consumed the 104-year-old historic backcountry Sperry Chalet. Started by a lightning strike on August 10th this fire will be remembered and discussed for many years to come. Two of nature's incredible forces are highlighted in this photograph as oppositions while both inspire awe amongst viewers.
This photograph is offered on canvas, metal or on a smaller notecard option. The heavyweight premium quality canvas is printed with archival inks, stretched to a 1.5-inch gallery wrap and finished with UV protection. On canvas it’s available measuring 20x30 inches or 24x36 inches.
The metal option has the photograph printed on vibrant ChromaLuxe Aluminum and finished with a scratch resistant UV coating. The float mount comes installed on the back of the print and arrives ready for your wall. The metal option is available in 3 sizes, 20x30 inches, 24x36 inches, and 40x60 inches.
The notecard comes in a set of 5 identical photographs with envelopes measuring 5x7inches. The notecard is blank inside and has the specific photograph information on the back.