It is estimated that the human eye can see around 16 million colors. This includes everything from the shorter wavelengths of blue light, at the 400 nm range, to the longer wavelengths of red light at the 700 nm range. Can you imagine how many colors existoutside the visible spectrum without our knowing? It's fun to get a taste of what heaven must be like, with indescribable colors, sights, sounds, and tastes we have never experienced before with our limited sensory capabilities. With the Last Colors, Teton National Park, I encourage you to soak in the beauty around us, and savor each colorful moment of the day before the harshness of Winter sets in.
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Only Archival pigments and papers are used in the professional printing of these images. Acid free mounting materials are used when framing. Archival quality products will retain colour and vibrancy for 100 years. Bay Photo is a trusted international print lab.
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