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Peering Into Paradise

Peering Into Paradise | $40

by Zach Doehler

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"I captured this image on our second day visiting the Rockies. I was very much hoping for some nice weather with scattered puffy clouds so that I would get images with some context in the sky. Unfortunately, the vast majority of the day ended up being completely clear and I would be lying if I said I wasn't bummed out at the time. I seriously thought I wouldn't get any interesting images from that day, but little did I know what would occur a couple months later. When I eventually opened up the shot on my computer many weeks after I had captured it, I decided to give this high-noon photo a go, despite my reluctant attitude. The edit went rather well and I sent it to my phone and kept it there until I felt it was the right time to post it. Finally, one Friday night just recently I decided to post it. It exploded, amassing over 25,000 likes in less than 24 hours and being featured all over Instagram. It totally shocked me considering I wouldn't have expected that to happen to any of my photos let alone one I wasn't too fond of at first. It was an amazing reminder to me of how important it is to be open-minded in photography. Although most landscape photographers will always tell you to try to shoot only around sunrise and sunset; you really can't go wrong with some midday shooting here and there. The results may surprise you. This planet we live on is beautiful, at all times of the day." - Zach Doehler
Frosted Fire

Frosted Fire | $40

by Zach Doehler

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"This was my first time visiting Lake Louise. Ever since I first got into landscape photography, I had dreams about going here. It's such a picturesque location. Beautiful blue waters surrounded by mountains, high up in the alpine; it doesn't get much better than that. We came to visit here in the Fall. Considering the temperatures get so low in the Rockies during the colder months, there was already a decent amount of snow when we arrived. But thankfully, the lakes hadn't frozen over yet so we got to enjoy beautiful open reflections. This was one of my favorite shots that I captured while I was here. A few weeks later, I opened it up on my computer and tried my best to really emphasize the vibes I got from this place when I was there. I wanted to bring out those blue waters while also putting emphasis on the warm colors from the sunset. This was the final result." - Zach Doehler
Immensity

Immensity | $40

by Zach Doehler

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"This was one of the first photographs that I captured on my trip to the Rockies. We were on our way to Yoho National Park, but along the way we had to drive through Glacier National Park. I had been here about a year before, but it was nothing short of incredible to be able to see it again. While we were driving, there were multiple spots that I had to pull the car over at and take some photographs. This was one of them. The mountain in the background lined up perfectly with the highway. I got out my telephoto lens and fired off a few shots to really try and get the sense of scale of the mountain. This was one of the many photos I took that trip that showed me just how important it is to have a long lens out in the mountains." - Zach Doehler
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Peering Into Paradise - by Zach Doehler

"I captured this image on our second day visiting the Rockies. I was very much hoping for some nice weather with scattered puffy clouds so that I would get images with some context in the sky. Unfortunately, the vast majority of the day ended up being completely clear and I would be lying if I said I wasn't bummed out at the time. I seriously thought I wouldn't get any interesting images from that day, but little did I know what would occur a couple months later. When I eventually opened up the shot on my computer many weeks after I had captured it, I decided to give this high-noon photo a go, despite my reluctant attitude. The edit went rather well and I sent it to my phone and kept it there until I felt it was the right time to post it. Finally, one Friday night just recently I decided to post it. It exploded, amassing over 25,000 likes in less than 24 hours and being featured all over Instagram. It totally shocked me considering I wouldn't have expected that to happen to any of my photos let alone one I wasn't too fond of at first. It was an amazing reminder to me of how important it is to be open-minded in photography. Although most landscape photographers will always tell you to try to shoot only around sunrise and sunset; you really can't go wrong with some midday shooting here and there. The results may surprise you. This planet we live on is beautiful, at all times of the day." - Zach Doehler

Peering In... | $40

by Zach Doehler

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Frosted Fire

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Frosted Fire - by Zach Doehler

"This was my first time visiting Lake Louise. Ever since I first got into landscape photography, I had dreams about going here. It's such a picturesque location. Beautiful blue waters surrounded by mountains, high up in the alpine; it doesn't get much better than that. We came to visit here in the Fall. Considering the temperatures get so low in the Rockies during the colder months, there was already a decent amount of snow when we arrived. But thankfully, the lakes hadn't frozen over yet so we got to enjoy beautiful open reflections. This was one of my favorite shots that I captured while I was here. A few weeks later, I opened it up on my computer and tried my best to really emphasize the vibes I got from this place when I was there. I wanted to bring out those blue waters while also putting emphasis on the warm colors from the sunset. This was the final result." - Zach Doehler

Frosted Fire | $40

by Zach Doehler

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Immensity

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Immensity - by Zach Doehler

"This was one of the first photographs that I captured on my trip to the Rockies. We were on our way to Yoho National Park, but along the way we had to drive through Glacier National Park. I had been here about a year before, but it was nothing short of incredible to be able to see it again. While we were driving, there were multiple spots that I had to pull the car over at and take some photographs. This was one of them. The mountain in the background lined up perfectly with the highway. I got out my telephoto lens and fired off a few shots to really try and get the sense of scale of the mountain. This was one of the many photos I took that trip that showed me just how important it is to have a long lens out in the mountains." - Zach Doehler

Immensity | $40

by Zach Doehler

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Mountain Sonnet: Moonlit Stanza Pt. 2

Mountain Sonnet: Moonlit Stanza Pt. 2 | $40

by walltones

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"When the mountain whispers, all you need to do is listen." - Walltones x Natasa Obradovic

Mountain Sonnet: Winter Stanza Pt. 2

Mountain Sonnet: Winter Stanza Pt. 2 | $40

by walltones

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"Watch. Listen. Think. We should all take a break to find our path on this earth." - Walltones x Natasa Obradovic
The Tide

The Tide | $40

by Sascha Tittmann

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"When I was a child, we spent holidays at the tidelands in the Netherlands. For me, a boy from the Swiss mountains, the tidelands were an incredible experience. This collage plays with time and childhood feelings. Imagine that all matter is liquid: mountains fold up and erode and disappear – like water, they become the sea, the sea becomes the mountains. All affected by the magic gravity of the moon."- Sascha Tittmann

Mountain Sonnet: Moonlit Stanza Pt. 2

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Mountain Sonnet: Moonlit Stanza Pt. 2 - by walltones

"When the mountain whispers, all you need to do is listen." - Walltones x Natasa Obradovic

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Mountain Sonnet: Winter Stanza Pt. 2

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Mountain Sonnet: Winter Stanza Pt. 2 - by walltones

"Watch. Listen. Think. We should all take a break to find our path on this earth." - Walltones x Natasa Obradovic

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The Tide

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The Tide - by Sascha Tittmann

 

"When I was a child, we spent holidays at the tidelands in the Netherlands. For me, a boy from the Swiss mountains, the tidelands were an incredible experience. This collage plays with time and childhood feelings. Imagine that all matter is liquid: mountains fold up and erode and disappear – like water, they become the sea, the sea becomes the mountains. All affected by the magic gravity of the moon."- Sascha Tittmann

The Tide | $40

by Sascha Tittmann

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Kallurin

Kallurin | $40

by Rannvá Joensen

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"The picture is taken of Kallurin, the most northern point of the island Kalsoy. Its a very remote place, always windy, and you gotta mind your steps here so you don't fall hundreds of meters down into the ocean. I always wanted to capture Kallurin on a very stormy day, so that's what I did. I had to struggle through harsh wind, hail and getting complete soaked by the heavy rain. It was freezing and I had to find a safe angle to shoot from. It's a great challenge for any landscape photographer to shoot under these conditions." Rannvá Joensen
Tindhólmur

Tindhólmur | $40

by Rannvá Joensen

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"This is an aerial photo of Tindhólmur, aka "Sleeping Dragon". I wanted to be one of the first to capture it with fresh powder from this exact angle. Took me a long time to fly out here with my drone, and didn't even think I would manage. But I got lucky to capture this single photo before the battery level got too low and had to fly the drone back home." - Rannvá Joensen

Slættanes

Slættanes | $40

by Rannvá Joensen

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The abandoned village of Slættanes. I've always heard many stories about this place as a child and now being older I just had to check it out. There are no trails to Slættanes and after 8 hours of hiking and almost giving up I reached the village. It's a very special place, almost too quiet, and peeking into the windows it looks like the villagers just left all their belongings behind. Somehow I feel like I'm very drawn to remote places where no noise exist. The challenge was finding this place and staying warm without any shelter while it was pouring down. Rannvá Joensen

Kallurin

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Kallurin - by Rannvá Joensen

"The picture is taken of Kallurin, the most northern point of the island Kalsoy. Its a very remote place, always windy, and you gotta mind your steps here so you don't fall hundreds of meters down into the ocean. I always wanted to capture Kallurin on a very stormy day, so that's what I did. I had to struggle through harsh wind, hail and getting complete soaked by the heavy rain. It was freezing and I had to find a safe angle to shoot from. It's a great challenge for any landscape photographer to shoot under these conditions." Rannvá Joensen

Kallurin | $40

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Tindhólmur

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Tindhólmur - by Rannvá Joensen

"This is an aerial photo of Tindhólmur, aka "Sleeping Dragon". I wanted to be one of the first to capture it with fresh powder from this exact angle. Took me a long time to fly out here with my drone, and didn't even think I would manage. But I got lucky to capture this single photo before the battery level got too low and had to fly the drone back home." - Rannvá Joensen

Tindhólmur | $40

by Rannvá Joensen

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Slættanes

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Slættanes - by Rannvá Joensen

The abandoned village of Slættanes. I've always heard many stories about this place as a child and now being older I just had to check it out. There are no trails to Slættanes and after 8 hours of hiking and almost giving up I reached the village. It's a very special place, almost too quiet, and peeking into the windows it looks like the villagers just left all their belongings behind. Somehow I feel like I'm very drawn to remote places where no noise exist. The challenge was finding this place and staying warm without any shelter while it was pouring down. Rannvá Joensen

Slættanes | $40

by Rannvá Joensen

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Peering Into Paradise
Peering Into Paradise
Peering Into Paradise
Peering Into Paradise
Peering Into Paradise
Peering Into Paradise

Peering Into Paradise

by Zach Doehler

"I captured this image on our second day visiting the Rockies. I was very much hoping for some nice weather with scattered puffy clouds so that I would get images with some context in the sky. Unfortunately, the vast majority of the day ended up being completely clear and I would be lying if I said I wasn't bummed out at the time. I seriously thought I wouldn't get any interesting images from that day, but little did I know what would occur a couple months later. When I eventually opened up the shot on my computer many weeks after I had captured it, I decided to give this high-noon photo a go, despite my reluctant attitude. The edit went rather well and I sent it to my phone and kept it there until I felt it was the right time to post it. Finally, one Friday night just recently I decided to post it. It exploded, amassing over 25,000 likes in less than 24 hours and being featured all over Instagram. It totally shocked me considering I wouldn't have expected that to happen to any of my photos let alone one I wasn't too fond of at first. It was an amazing reminder to me of how important it is to be open-minded in photography. Although most landscape photographers will always tell you to try to shoot only around sunrise and sunset; you really can't go wrong with some midday shooting here and there. The results may surprise you. This planet we live on is beautiful, at all times of the day." - Zach Doehler
Frosted Fire
Frosted Fire
Frosted Fire
Frosted Fire
Frosted Fire
Frosted Fire

Frosted Fire

by Zach Doehler

"This was my first time visiting Lake Louise. Ever since I first got into landscape photography, I had dreams about going here. It's such a picturesque location. Beautiful blue waters surrounded by mountains, high up in the alpine; it doesn't get much better than that. We came to visit here in the Fall. Considering the temperatures get so low in the Rockies during the colder months, there was already a decent amount of snow when we arrived. But thankfully, the lakes hadn't frozen over yet so we got to enjoy beautiful open reflections. This was one of my favorite shots that I captured while I was here. A few weeks later, I opened it up on my computer and tried my best to really emphasize the vibes I got from this place when I was there. I wanted to bring out those blue waters while also putting emphasis on the warm colors from the sunset. This was the final result." - Zach Doehler
Immensity
Immensity
Immensity
Immensity
Immensity
Immensity

Immensity

by Zach Doehler

"This was one of the first photographs that I captured on my trip to the Rockies. We were on our way to Yoho National Park, but along the way we had to drive through Glacier National Park. I had been here about a year before, but it was nothing short of incredible to be able to see it again. While we were driving, there were multiple spots that I had to pull the car over at and take some photographs. This was one of them. The mountain in the background lined up perfectly with the highway. I got out my telephoto lens and fired off a few shots to really try and get the sense of scale of the mountain. This was one of the many photos I took that trip that showed me just how important it is to have a long lens out in the mountains." - Zach Doehler

'Peering Into Paradise'

by Zach Doehler

Peering Into Paradise
Peering Into Paradise
Peering Into Paradise
Peering Into Paradise
Peering Into Paradise
Peering Into Paradise
"I captured this image on our second day visiting the Rockies. I was very much hoping for some nice weather with scattered puffy clouds so that I would get images with some context in the sky. Unfortunately, the vast majority of the day ended up being completely clear and I would be lying if I said I wasn't bummed out at the time. I seriously thought I wouldn't get any interesting images from that day, but little did I know what would occur a couple months later. When I eventually opened up the shot on my computer many weeks after I had captured it, I decided to give this high-noon photo a go, despite my reluctant attitude. The edit went rather well and I sent it to my phone and kept it there until I felt it was the right time to post it. Finally, one Friday night just recently I decided to post it. It exploded, amassing over 25,000 likes in less than 24 hours and being featured all over Instagram. It totally shocked me considering I wouldn't have expected that to happen to any of my photos let alone one I wasn't too fond of at first. It was an amazing reminder to me of how important it is to be open-minded in photography. Although most landscape photographers will always tell you to try to shoot only around sunrise and sunset; you really can't go wrong with some midday shooting here and there. The results may surprise you. This planet we live on is beautiful, at all times of the day." - Zach Doehler
Peering Into Paradise
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'Frosted Fire'

by Zach Doehler

Frosted Fire
Frosted Fire
Frosted Fire
Frosted Fire
Frosted Fire
Frosted Fire
"This was my first time visiting Lake Louise. Ever since I first got into landscape photography, I had dreams about going here. It's such a picturesque location. Beautiful blue waters surrounded by mountains, high up in the alpine; it doesn't get much better than that. We came to visit here in the Fall. Considering the temperatures get so low in the Rockies during the colder months, there was already a decent amount of snow when we arrived. But thankfully, the lakes hadn't frozen over yet so we got to enjoy beautiful open reflections. This was one of my favorite shots that I captured while I was here. A few weeks later, I opened it up on my computer and tried my best to really emphasize the vibes I got from this place when I was there. I wanted to bring out those blue waters while also putting emphasis on the warm colors from the sunset. This was the final result." - Zach Doehler
Frosted Fire
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Buy the whole set: 'Dusk'

'Immensity'

by Zach Doehler

Immensity
Immensity
Immensity
Immensity
Immensity
Immensity
"This was one of the first photographs that I captured on my trip to the Rockies. We were on our way to Yoho National Park, but along the way we had to drive through Glacier National Park. I had been here about a year before, but it was nothing short of incredible to be able to see it again. While we were driving, there were multiple spots that I had to pull the car over at and take some photographs. This was one of them. The mountain in the background lined up perfectly with the highway. I got out my telephoto lens and fired off a few shots to really try and get the sense of scale of the mountain. This was one of the many photos I took that trip that showed me just how important it is to have a long lens out in the mountains." - Zach Doehler
Immensity
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This is 'Winter'

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Mountain Sonnet: Moonlit Stanza Pt. 2
Mountain Sonnet: Moonlit Stanza Pt. 2
Mountain Sonnet: Moonlit Stanza Pt. 2
Mountain Sonnet: Moonlit Stanza Pt. 2
Mountain Sonnet: Moonlit Stanza Pt. 2
Mountain Sonnet: Moonlit Stanza Pt. 2

Mountain Sonnet: Moonlit Stanza Pt. 2

by walltones

"When the mountain whispers, all you need to do is listen." - Walltones x Natasa Obradovic

Mountain Sonnet: Winter Stanza Pt. 2
Mountain Sonnet: Winter Stanza Pt. 2
Mountain Sonnet: Winter Stanza Pt. 2
Mountain Sonnet: Winter Stanza Pt. 2
Mountain Sonnet: Winter Stanza Pt. 2
Mountain Sonnet: Winter Stanza Pt. 2

Mountain Sonnet: Winter Stanza Pt. 2

by walltones

"Watch. Listen. Think. We should all take a break to find our path on this earth." - Walltones x Natasa Obradovic
The Tide
The Tide
The Tide
The Tide
The Tide
The Tide

The Tide

by Sascha Tittmann

 

"When I was a child, we spent holidays at the tidelands in the Netherlands. For me, a boy from the Swiss mountains, the tidelands were an incredible experience. This collage plays with time and childhood feelings. Imagine that all matter is liquid: mountains fold up and erode and disappear – like water, they become the sea, the sea becomes the mountains. All affected by the magic gravity of the moon."- Sascha Tittmann

'Mountain Sonnet: Moonlit Stanza Pt. 2'

by walltones

Mountain Sonnet: Moonlit Stanza Pt. 2
Mountain Sonnet: Moonlit Stanza Pt. 2
Mountain Sonnet: Moonlit Stanza Pt. 2
Mountain Sonnet: Moonlit Stanza Pt. 2
Mountain Sonnet: Moonlit Stanza Pt. 2
Mountain Sonnet: Moonlit Stanza Pt. 2

"When the mountain whispers, all you need to do is listen." - Walltones x Natasa Obradovic

Mountain Sonnet: Moonlit Stanza Pt. 2
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'Mountain Sonnet: Winter Stanza Pt. 2'

by walltones

Mountain Sonnet: Winter Stanza Pt. 2
Mountain Sonnet: Winter Stanza Pt. 2
Mountain Sonnet: Winter Stanza Pt. 2
Mountain Sonnet: Winter Stanza Pt. 2
Mountain Sonnet: Winter Stanza Pt. 2
Mountain Sonnet: Winter Stanza Pt. 2
"Watch. Listen. Think. We should all take a break to find our path on this earth." - Walltones x Natasa Obradovic
Mountain Sonnet: Winter Stanza Pt. 2
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'The Tide'

by Sascha Tittmann

The Tide
The Tide
The Tide
The Tide
The Tide
The Tide

 

"When I was a child, we spent holidays at the tidelands in the Netherlands. For me, a boy from the Swiss mountains, the tidelands were an incredible experience. This collage plays with time and childhood feelings. Imagine that all matter is liquid: mountains fold up and erode and disappear – like water, they become the sea, the sea becomes the mountains. All affected by the magic gravity of the moon."- Sascha Tittmann

The Tide
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This is 'Faroe'

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Kallurin
Kallurin
Kallurin
Kallurin
Kallurin
Kallurin

Kallurin

by Rannvá Joensen

"The picture is taken of Kallurin, the most northern point of the island Kalsoy. Its a very remote place, always windy, and you gotta mind your steps here so you don't fall hundreds of meters down into the ocean. I always wanted to capture Kallurin on a very stormy day, so that's what I did. I had to struggle through harsh wind, hail and getting complete soaked by the heavy rain. It was freezing and I had to find a safe angle to shoot from. It's a great challenge for any landscape photographer to shoot under these conditions." Rannvá Joensen
Tindhólmur
Tindhólmur
Tindhólmur
Tindhólmur
Tindhólmur
Tindhólmur

Tindhólmur

by Rannvá Joensen

"This is an aerial photo of Tindhólmur, aka "Sleeping Dragon". I wanted to be one of the first to capture it with fresh powder from this exact angle. Took me a long time to fly out here with my drone, and didn't even think I would manage. But I got lucky to capture this single photo before the battery level got too low and had to fly the drone back home." - Rannvá Joensen

Slættanes
Slættanes
Slættanes
Slættanes
Slættanes
Slættanes

Slættanes

by Rannvá Joensen

The abandoned village of Slættanes. I've always heard many stories about this place as a child and now being older I just had to check it out. There are no trails to Slættanes and after 8 hours of hiking and almost giving up I reached the village. It's a very special place, almost too quiet, and peeking into the windows it looks like the villagers just left all their belongings behind. Somehow I feel like I'm very drawn to remote places where no noise exist. The challenge was finding this place and staying warm without any shelter while it was pouring down. Rannvá Joensen

'Kallurin'

by Rannvá Joensen

Kallurin
Kallurin
Kallurin
Kallurin
Kallurin
Kallurin
"The picture is taken of Kallurin, the most northern point of the island Kalsoy. Its a very remote place, always windy, and you gotta mind your steps here so you don't fall hundreds of meters down into the ocean. I always wanted to capture Kallurin on a very stormy day, so that's what I did. I had to struggle through harsh wind, hail and getting complete soaked by the heavy rain. It was freezing and I had to find a safe angle to shoot from. It's a great challenge for any landscape photographer to shoot under these conditions." Rannvá Joensen
Kallurin
or

Buy the whole set: 'Faroe'

'Tindhólmur'

by Rannvá Joensen

Tindhólmur
Tindhólmur
Tindhólmur
Tindhólmur
Tindhólmur
Tindhólmur

"This is an aerial photo of Tindhólmur, aka "Sleeping Dragon". I wanted to be one of the first to capture it with fresh powder from this exact angle. Took me a long time to fly out here with my drone, and didn't even think I would manage. But I got lucky to capture this single photo before the battery level got too low and had to fly the drone back home." - Rannvá Joensen

Tindhólmur
or

Buy the whole set: 'Faroe'

'Slættanes'

by Rannvá Joensen

Slættanes
Slættanes
Slættanes
Slættanes
Slættanes
Slættanes

The abandoned village of Slættanes. I've always heard many stories about this place as a child and now being older I just had to check it out. There are no trails to Slættanes and after 8 hours of hiking and almost giving up I reached the village. It's a very special place, almost too quiet, and peeking into the windows it looks like the villagers just left all their belongings behind. Somehow I feel like I'm very drawn to remote places where no noise exist. The challenge was finding this place and staying warm without any shelter while it was pouring down. Rannvá Joensen

Slættanes
or

Buy the whole set: 'Faroe'

Purchasing a Walltone

everything you need to know

No compromises in quality here. Every Walltone is a true piece of art that screams perfection. Expect a premium shipping tube, filled with everything you need to get amazing art on your wall in no-time.

Print material

200gsm polyester canvas

Print ink

12-colour digital print with archival ink

Print finish

matte

Frame material

marupa wood, neodynium magnets

Frame finish

semi-gloss

Three sizes

Different homes fit different sizes of art. To make everything easy, we print every artwork in the same three sizes:

30x40cm (12x16")

50x66.5cm (20x26")

70x93.5cm (28x37")

On your wall in 30 seconds

Each frame comes with 4 stickers that attach to your wall, causing minimal damage. Alternatively you can use the included screws, as shown below.

The canvas snaps between the magnetic top and bottom layers of the frame. Making it very secure, but also easy to switch.

Shipping

Your order goes into production within 24 hours, and will be packed and shipped out in 1-2 business days.

Shipping takes 7-20 business days depending on where you are. Shipping fees for single purchases are $7.50. For double and up, it's always free.

FAQ

  • Which countries do you ship to?
    • We ship worldwide, nearly every country. If you are worried that your country might not accept our products because of regulation or customs policies, please send us an email explaining the situation and we'll do our best to figure it out for you. Orders get sent out within 24 hours on average, after which you won't be able to cancel your order since the package will already be in transit. 
  • Limited edition?
    • Yes, 100%. Everything we sell is only printed and sold 50 times only. We work with a handful of artists whose work we think induces a strong emotional response in people. For personal artist stories >
  • What is this magnetic frame?
    • It's a very simple, obvious, yet elegant and stylish solution to hang canvas artworks. It's two lacquered black frames that hold your artwork in place on the top and bottom. It makes swapping your artwork a little easier, and it has this unique look to it. More product information >
    • How do you ship your packages?
      • We ship most of our products directly to you from our facility in Hong Kong. Traditionally, the artworks would be shipping to a local warehouse first, this brings extra costs, money that we can now spend on a better product. Also, we can only have one warehouse because each print is only printed 50 times, and usually sells out within days. We had to choose one centralized warehouse, and HK seemed like the smartest choice.
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