"Usually I make photos because I want to remember how something looked, but I find that my best photos are ones I make because I want to remember how something felt. Being surrounded by these skinny trees as far as I could see in all directions was a feeling I wanted to remember."
10% of the artist's commission from the sale of this photo will be donated directly to Congaree National Park.
This photograph was taken at Congaree National Park in South Carolina by Fargo ND photographer Caroline Klinkmueller, and features one of the endless expanses of forest found in the park. The park is nearly 27,000 acres and includes tree species ranging from upland pines to bald cypress and water tupelo.
Choose from a variety of substrates for your full color print:
- White Foamcore (3/16" thick): White paper face with foam core for a vibrant depiction of color
- Maple Wood (3/4" thick): A grain from the wood will run throughout the photo giving it a more natural look
- Silver Poly-metal (1/8" thick): Silver metal face with a plastic core for a more contemporary, muted look