ICW Locks Virginia: A Tranquil Scene in Fine Art Photography by Dan Kosmayer
In this fine art photograph, you're invited into a tranquil tableau set on the Intracoastal Waterway (ICW) in Virginia, USA. An antiquated lock gate, rich with the patina of age and the wear of countless water passages, offers a partial view into the canal's undisturbed waters. The time of day is sunset, a moment where the sky wears a soft red hue, and a misty veil cloaks the trees in the backdrop.
This moment encapsulates the essence of quietude and reflection that this location, the ICW, often instills in its visitors. The ICW, a sprawling, 3,000-mile network of waterways, graces the Atlantic and Gulf coasts of the United States. From New Jersey to Texas, it links ports and harbors, threading a path of winding canals, verdant landscapes, and historic locks and dams. The Virginia segment of the ICW is particularly captivating, where rustic locks and dams mingle with lush greenery.
This photograph is an offering from me, capturing not just a scene but an emotion, a mood. It is printed as a museum-grade signed print, ensuring the preservation of every minute detail, the vibrancy of hues, and the depth of blacks. Each print I produce is signed by me, discreetly on the reverse side, and comes with a certificate of authenticity. A testament to the quality of these prints is the lifetime warranty against fading.
Though the print comes unframed, the quality of the print and the vividness of the image will shine in any frame you choose. Delivery of these prints is free, reaching any corner of the globe without any additional cost. Moreover, if for any reason you are unsatisfied with your print, you are assured a full reimbursement within 14 days.
© Dan Kosmayer, 2009