A Connected Seattle

A Connected Seattle

A Connected Seattle

At center is a train popping out of the South entrance just beyond the bridge behind it. This mile-long train tunnel under Seattle was built by the Great Northern Railroad in 1905. Over a hundred years later, a highway tunnel was completed that crossed under the train tunnel to replace an aging, noisy bridge along the waterfront.

  • Camera  Nikon D750
  • Lens Nikon 24-70mm f/2.8 @ 70mm
  • Number of shots 16
  • Megapixels 220
Regular price $4,860.00
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The Prints

TRULIFE ACRYLIC WALL PRINT

The TruView TruLife print is truely the top of the line when it comes to wall prints. The glass surface is highly scratch-resistant, is static-free, and dramatically removes distracting reflections. This glass protects the archive-quality print below and lets it shine through. The print mounts to the wall using an aluminum sub-frame that floats the surface 3/4" off the wall for prentation depth.

Compared to Metal Wall Print: +thicker +less reflections +no static +archival

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CHROMALUXE METAL WALL PRINT

These rigid glossy prints are factory-coated with a white base layer. The photograph is first printed with inks then layed over the metal print and pressed together at high temperature. When the ink heats up, it becomes a gas and transfers off the paper and into the surface of the metal print giving it weather resistance and longevity.

Compared to Acrylic Wall Prints: +lighter +heat-resistant +can be more vibrant due to no glass

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