Paisaje Intimo (Spanish for intimate landscape) captures a set of snowy hoodoos shortly after a light coat of snow. The red dirt lines between hoodoos perfectly illustrate how melting snow eroded away at a hillside forming Bryce Canyon.
While Bryce Canyon remains relatively untouched by external threats, neighboring Bears Ears National Monument under assault by the Trump Administration and legal challenges that have continued even after he's left office. Over 85 percent of the protected land was overturned, opening up 1.15 million acres of vulnerable landscape to the highest bidder. 100,000 archaeological and cultural sites belonging to Navajo, Hopi, Ute, and Zuni tribes now face zero legal protections from both casual visitors and oil companies seeking new drilling sites.
For these reasons, a portion of all proceeds from this this print will benefit the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC), who work to ensure the rights of all people to clean air, clean water, and healthy communities. The NRDC has one of two major lawsuits against Trump's illegal action against Bears Ears National Monument & the people who call it home.
This print is part of a limited edition series of 25 each. Once 25 have been sold, this print will no longer be made. Each print is made on gallery quality heavyweight matte photo rag paper and will arrive signed & numbered. Print area is approximately 20"x25" with a border that expands the print to 24"x30". Please expect 2 weeks for orders to fulfill.