New Release/Lady of the Lake

+ Camera Nikon D800E
+ Exposure f/11 @ 1/30 second
+ Time 7:50A
+ Edition Size 450 Limited; 45 Artist Proof

Aspen is a ripper place and the fall colors are just off the bloody charts. A good mate of mine mentioned that his father had a hidden magical lake on his private property. After a few days of clear sunny skies, I checked my weather app like a madman and prayed for a storm as sunny blue skies are a nightmare. I hit the road at 4am with my mate John as fresh snow cloaked the forest. We drove in the pitch dark towards the hidden lake. A few miles up the road, a massive fallen tree obstructed the road. I totally freaked. Lucky my mate — a local hunter had chucked a chain saw in the back — sort of a sixth sense. We cut through the massive road block and continued to the lake. It was hours before the lady revealed herself. When she did, I immediately knew this would be hanging on the gallery walls. It combined two of my favorite elements — abstract and reality.

Peter Lik     Master Photographer – AIPP, PPA, ASP, FBIPP, FRPS, MPI

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