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Photo PaperAt Mark Paulda & Co., we use only professional photo papers so that you always receive the longest lasting and highest quality photographic prints available.
Dream PrintsDream Prints are spectacular wide-gamut, high definition prints with smooth gradations, true-to-life colors, and superior clarity. Photographs are printed on fine art paper, which is a beautiful matte paper with a subtle watercolor texture. 200gsm.
Metal PrintsPhotographs printed on metal represent a new art medium for preserving images by infusing dyes directly into specially coated aluminum sheets. Photos take on a magical luminescence for more brilliant and impressive prints. Colors are vibrant and the depth is breathtaking. Detail and resolution of each photograph printed on metal are unsurpassed. All Metal Prints arrive ready to hang. Framing is not necessary.
Acrylic PrintsAcrylic Prints are a sleek and modern treatment that bring our images to life. Mark Paulda & Co.’s vibrant prints are paired with high polished acrylic for added depth and a high-impact, radiant display.
Wyoming Mountain Valley Road, Photo Print. Mountain Landscape Photography.Feel your steps, hear each breath you take, be centred and one with yourself. Many of us crave each of these aforementioned "luxuries" as we subject ourselves to urban living. We offer a splendid collection of mountain photography for you to immerse yourself in nature. I've photographed many landscapes around the world from the Himalayas in Bhutan, High Atlas Mountains in Morocco, Mount Batur Bali, San Juan Mountains in Southwest Colorado, the rugged peaks of West Texas, and the Connemara Loop in West Ireland and many more. These are moments of paradise in nature, purity, grandeur and the unique character of landscapes worldwide.
“The love of wilderness is more than a hunger for what is always beyond reach; it is also an expression of loyalty to the earth, the earth which bore us and sustains us, the only paradise we shall ever know, the only paradise we ever need, if only we had the eyes to see.” - Edward Abbey
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