Print: Old Tallangatta

8" x 10" (20.3 x 25.4cm)
 Inkjet fine art print on Moab Summerset Museum Rag 300 paper,
stamped and dated on the reverse by the photographer.

"Old Tallangatta" is a photograph showing Tallangatta Creek from the Lake Rd bridge in the heart of summer, as it cuts through the empty Lake Hume.

In the 1950's, to allow for the expansion of the lake, the township of Tallangatta was moved 8km west, the direction this photograph faces. Low rainfall during the year meant that come summer the Tallangatta branch of Lake Hume sat mostly dry. Typically the area would be teeming with people fishing and waterskiing, instead replaced by a single shimmering ribbon of water snaking its way through the landscape before meeting the Mitta Mitta River downstream.

As these prints are made to order there may be 1 to 2 week delay to dispatch.
Inkjet printing (sometimes known as giclée) is an art printing process, where tiny dots of ink are sprayed through a series of nozzles on to paper. The result is exceptional detail and a wider colour gamut than is possible with traditional photographic C-type prints.