Conservation Quality Art Print: Ferry Boat at Sunrise with Mount Rainier
"UNBEKNOWNST to the rest of us, the Washington State Department of Transportation has invented a time machine. Sure, it looks like a ferry, running the route between Seattle and Vashon Island dozens of times a day. But how else to explain what you find when you arrive on Vashon?
Only 22 minutes from downtown Seattle and with a land mass the size of Manhattan, the hilly, woodsy island has a population of just 10,000. It’s home to over a dozen small family farms — the kind that in most places were swallowed up by big agribusiness decades ago — selling their kale and beets and free-range eggs through unmanned farm stands that accept payment on the honor system. In the island’s main town, shopkeepers greet their patrons by name, and the only traffic jams are found on the sidewalk where townsfolk stop to chat unhurriedly with their friends, neighbors, and even complete strangers." - Quoted from The New York Times "A Trip Across Water, and Time", From Seattle by Ethan Todras-Whitehill
Designed and printed by Brent Houston. Each print is signed and editioned. Printed on acid-free, archival paper. Shipped next business day in a tube.
-Sizes 15 3/4" x 7 1/2", 17" x 36" inches
-Giclee printed on archival paper
-Frame not included