An original limited edition digital photograph taken by the artist at Fryar Drop Zone at Ft. Benning, GA. This self-matting print has been created to reduce the cost of framing by emulating a double and beveled matted print. Please note the photograph you will receive will be printed from a high-resolution file that cannot be fully represented on the Internet and will present with much greater detail than you are viewing above. The artwork will be individually printed with Epson UltraChrome™ Ink, a unique pigment-based archival ink. Paper choices include: Epson Watercolor Radiant White Paper (texture matte surface and vivid color reproduction) with a lightfast rating of 92 years under glass; Epson Enhanced Matte (formerly Archival Matte) Paper (flat matte surface and high color gamut yielding remarkable color reproduction) with a lightfast rating of 76 years under glass; and, Premium Luster Photo Paper (luster E surface finish and enhanced 2880 dpi printing for the highest quality color output) with a lightfast rating of 71 years under glass. All of these papers have been specifically formulated for the creation of cherished prints and professional photographs. Shipping via USPS Priority Mail is included in the price for prints only for locations in the 50 USA states, the US Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico. Customers will be provided details of Internet suppliers of custom and ready made picture frames that will bring the cost of framing down substantially, actually as much as 70% below retail cost. Your satisfaction is guaranteed or a full refund will be provided. Professional framing can be arranged by contacting the artist by email. This photograph is also available in four additional formats (please see Print Format Options gallery).
Special discounted pricing - $10 off all prints! Military discount for Vets, Active Military and Military families: buy 2 and get a 3rd print free equal in value to the highest priced print purchased (send me an email with the name of the 3rd print after you submit your order for the first 2).
To honor the noble warriors in the military service who are our defenders of freedom I am donating all of the proceeds from the sale this print to the USO (www.uso.org).