Humpback Whale Dive - Black and White Photo Art Print by Dan Kosmayer
On the edge of the expansive ocean, there existed a moment begging to be immortalized, perfectly embodied in this captivating black-and-white photograph. As the main focus, a humpback whale's tail emerges from the water's surface, a spectacle of elegance and might, prepared to plunge into the mysteries beneath. The smooth curve of the tail is set against the water's textured surface, a compelling contrast that draws the eye.
This moment was seized within the marine-rich boundaries of British Columbia, Canada. Known for its teeming aquatic life, this region is a haven for those who find joy in the company of whales. The place itself whispers tales of a glorious past, stretching back millennia, holding locals and visitors in its mesmerizing allure.
The choice of black and white for this photograph serves to underscore the timeless aura of the moment. The dance between light and shadow emphasizes the stunning shape of the whale's tail while portraying the surrounding water as a soft yet ever-changing cloak. The vast reach of the ocean, extending to the horizon, imparts a profound sense of scale, hinting at the whale's impressive journey within these depths.
Each of my prints are museum-grade, bearing my signature on the reverse side, penciled by hand. Not only does each come with a certificate of authenticity, but it also carries a lifetime guarantee against fading. Crafted using the highest quality paper, they're printed on acid-free 100% Archival Photo Paper. Archival inks are employed to guarantee photographs of sharp precision, smooth tonal transitions, deep blacks, intricate details, and vibrant hues. It's a commitment to quality that reflects my passion for photography.
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© Dan Kosmayer, 2011