Pt Lonsdale Lighthouse
One of our first nature shoots post Melbourne lockdowns. It's also the first lighthouse shoot done since returning to Australia in mid-2019.
A navigation light was first established in 1856 at Point Lonsdale to assist shipping to enter Port Philip Bay to access Melbourne. This light overlooks one of the most treacherous water ways in the world. Despite automation, GPS assisted navigation, and being listed as a heritage site, this lighthouse is operation and still plays an important role in keeping all manner of ocean going traffic safe. Thanks to this lighthouse, very few vessels have been lost at this narrow and dangerous point.
Regular and long-time followers of us know that we take delight in ocean-side sunset photos. We hope that this new addition to the collection also brings delight for you too.
These prints are prepared in either Melbourne or US-based printers (depending on your location), and prepared to the highest standard expected of galleries. Paper stock may vary, but will be 100-year archival/gallery type. Matte paper/prints are preferred by the artist as these give a clear and complete view of the print. Frames are black coated wood, allowing focus and attention on the print itself.
- AUD$167 = USD$130*
- AUD$210 = USD$163*
- A4 = 21x30cm = 8.2x11.8 inches*
- A3 = 30x42cm = 11.8x15.7 inches*
- A2 = 42x59cm = 16x23 inches*
* Approximately (confirm with Wikipedia for size conversions; check with xe.com for the current exchange rates). All conversions are from Australian Dollars and metric.
Calculated at 1 AUD = 0.776 USD, as of 13th Feb 2021
All artist signed prints are prepared in Melbourne and personally inspected by Andrew himself. Paper used is archival gallery type, and acid-free archival type pens are also used. Pen colours are black and white, and the actual colour used for your image will depend on which allows the signature to be properly seen. Due to size restrictions, only unframed rolled signed-prints can be posted internationally. Framed options are available to Australian-based recipients.
These are museum-quality enhanced matte paper, which gives these beautiful images a polished look, and will arrive already framed.
- Alder, Semi-hardwood frame
- Black in color
- Acrylite front protector
- Some hanging hardware included
Colours and tones of the actual product may vary from web images.
Ordering: This is a print-on-demand product, produced by either our Melbourne-based or authorised maker with facilities in the US and Latvia. Production is typically completed in 2 to 5 days, and delivery is with in 3 to 7 days to most US locations, and typically within 21 days to most other global locations.
Update: Due to reduced international traffic from COVID restrictions, there may be delays in arrival times. As much as possible, evidence of the products manufacture and post office submission can be supplied.
Social Responsibility: Since May 2018 we provide monthly support to Tree Nation in an effort to have a carbon neutral business and a sustainable future. Your support will help with our social responsibilities. Update: Since coronavirus lockdowns, we've sadly had to pause our financial support for charities.
Logo: The two-cranes logo is representative of our ethos: Love, respect, freedom, and travel.
Every purchase of our products helps so, so much. It helps us to get out and create more images that you love. It helps us support important charities that help protect humanity.