Blue Stair To Nowhere
Tom Arne Hanslien
printed on Giclée Hahnemühle Pearl
A set of stairs that leads to a blue wall - must have been an entrance in the past - at Monasterio de Santa Catalina de Siena (The Monastery of Saint Catherine) in Arequipa, Peru.
Maybe one of the most photogenic places I've been to so far is Monasterio de Santa Catalina de Siena (The Monastery of Saint Catherine) in the Historical Centre of Arequipa, Peru. In some respect we were unlucky with the weather as it was on and off torrential showers as we were walking around these colourful streets. The good thing with the wet weather was that the colours got really saturated which makes them pop out beautifully.
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Beautifully Giclée printed on Hahnemuhle Pearl paper - a slightly textured 285 gsm. semi-gloss paper which holds more detail with punchier colours than a matt paper, whilst maintaining a illustrative/ painted feel.
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