Limited Edition photographic print from the "Indian Mounds Park" series.
Documentation of these two trees sitting atop a small hill began in 2015. By late-winter 2018, they were both gone, fallen in storms and their remains taken away by the Park Service.
Indian Mounds Regional Park is named for six burial mounds contained therein, which are among the oldest human-made structures in the state of Minnesota. The park sits high atop 450 million-year-old limestone and sandstone bluffs overlooking downtown Saint Paul, and the Mississippi River. It is a popular destination for Saint Paul residents and visitors.
- Printed on heavy-weight, museum-grade archival paper
- Optional wood gallery frame with UV-shielding plexiglass that protects prints against approximately 89% of UV rays and 92% of light transmission
- Certificate of Authentication is included with all prints
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