Grazing at Shackleford Banks
A beautiful stallion grazing the grasses on the island, the Shackleford Banks wild horses are believed to be ancestors of shipwrecked Spanish Mustangs from the late 1500s. These hardy, beautiful horses can be found off the North Carolina Coast south of Beaufort.
Options for this print include:
1) Luster paper: Endura Lustre E paper featuring a fine grain pebble texture and beautiful vibrant colors
2) Metal print: preserving photos by infusing dyes directly into specially coated aluminum sheets. The ultra-hard scratch-resistant surface is waterproof/weatherproof and can be cleaned easily – just avoid direct sunlight. With a satin finish with a minimal glare, 1/8" rounded corners, float mount hangers that float the print 1/2-inch off the wall when hung
3) Canvas: canvas gallery wrapped prints with the image wrapped around the sides; 1.5" depth off the wall with bumpers, paper backing, and a sawtooth hanger