Thin Trees grouping by Alison Thomas of Serenity Scenes Photography and Digital Art.
Thin Trees Grouping - Vertical Panorama Grouping
Thin Trees Grouping - Vertical Panorama Grouping
Thin Trees Grouping - Vertical Panorama Grouping
Serenity Scenes Photography and Digital Art

Thin Trees Grouping - Vertical Panorama Grouping

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Young Orange, Fall Glass, and Early Morning Fog in a colorful grouping of thin trees.

Prints are printed on heavy archival fine art paper with long lasting pigment ink for maximum longevity and colorfastness.  

Framed pieces in both sizes are framed with UV resistant glass with double cotton rag mats white on black and an archival backing board in a classic black metal frame.  

All prints are limited editions of 150 prints.  All prints are signed and numbered in the margin on the bottom right side.  Framed prints are also signed and numbered on the bottom right of the mat.  A certificate of authenticity in included.

Canvas gallery wraps and prints on aluminum are available by special order.   

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C.
stunning in person!

I was drawn to this grouping but ultimately substituted one with another from the website. In the process, I found a 4th and bought that one too! Alison takes great pride in her work by being supportive throughout the selection process and also sharing display suggestions. My 4-piece grouping arrived today, packaged very securely and beautifully framed. If you love them online, wait until you see the crisp and vivid prints displayed in your home! They are just stunning in person!

Thank you for your review. I loved working with you to find that perfect grouping. And a shout out to Blue Ridge Packing and Shipping in Charlottesville, VA for their great packaging.

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Denise Swain
These pics are beautiful!

When I saw these posted I immediately loved and bought them. When they came in, I had them framed and hung in my front room. They are visible when I am in video conferences and they get a lot of attention and compliments.