Far and Away
Unframed archival pigment print
"Searching for the essence of the Scottish Moors for National Geographic I hoped to find a place to see the vast expanses. I found it here atop Sgorr Tuath in the Assynt region of Scotland, far out in the northwest. An incredible view up here looking over to Stac Pollaidh (Stack Polly, as it is known), part of the Coigach and Inverpolly area. For me (and many others) this scene was reminiscent of the American Southwest."
"It was a slog getting up here even though Sgorr Tuath is “only” 1932 feet high, not even one of Scotland’s famous Munros (mountains over 3,000 feet.) But you get some idea of how many mountains there are in Scotland when you consider that standing here I was on Scotland’s 2,944th tallest peak."
PREMIER FINE ART PRINTS
Each photograph in Jim's premier collection was selected for inclusion in the National Geographic Fine Art Galleries, which are no long in business. Now we are now able to offer these images directly to you, printed personally by Jim. These limited edition prints conform to the NGFA edition numbering. Prints are signed and numbered only when they conform to his Jim's exacting standards of the best fine art printing available today.
Images are printed on Epson's Legacy Baryta II paper, a beautiful OBA free heavy fine art paper which makes a sumptuous visual presentation. Printed with Epson's Ultrachrome inks for the greatest archival print longevity and color gamut. They are embossed with Jim's studio blind stamp to confirm that each print was created by him.
Print sizes denote the actual image size. Printed with a wide margin of white paper to facilitate handling, so the total paper size will be larger than these print dimensions.