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Moody Black and White image of Antarctica storm approaching

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Antarctica Blowing Snow

The black and white photo of the coastline of this Antarctica landscape looks like an ominous storm approaching. The clouds hovering above the land and the blowing snow below seems scary, to say the least. The ocean is relatively calm, and the coastline with massive cliffs has some sun illuminating the cold, harsh climate. However, just behind the now and ice cliffs is a dark evil looking storm approaching.

Although one would think that massive snowstorms frequently happen in the south pole, the fact is that blizzards do not happen very often. As this picture shows, you will typically see the wind blowing loose snow that is already on the surface.

Upon completing your order, you will receive an instantly downloadable HIGH Resolution - 300Dpi JPG or TIFF file.

Please be aware you are purchasing a digital download. You will not receive a physical photo, and nothing will be shipped. Any frames, mounting options, or presentation styles are shown for representation purposes only and are not included in this purchase.

Which is better, TIFF or JPG, for art prints?

One of the most frequently asked questions is what is the difference between JPG and TIFF? I have written an article discussing the difference. Click here for more information.


This image and artwork are © Dan Kosmayer. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.  Printing and use of this image are regestricted to PERSONAL USE.  Any sale, distribution, or modification of this image without prior written authorization is prohibited.  Agency licensing is available, don't hesitate to contact me.

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