John Muir Wilderness, California, USA


Idyll – is a poetry of 18th - 19th centuries, depicting an idealized undisturbed life at the bosom of nature. An extremely happy, peaceful, or picturesque episode or scene, typically an idealized or unsustainable one.

I chose this name for the image as I could not describe what I felt at that moment any better than the definition of Idyll itself.

Technical details

  • Camera: Arca Swiss RL3d Large Format
  • Lens:  Rodenstock 40mm
  • Aperture: 16.1
  • Exposure: 1 Second
  • Digital: Phase One IQ180 (ISO35)


from 450.00

Hand signed and printed on Fuji Flex (museum archival paper)
Edition of 15

Photograph is shipped rolled. The print includes additional white borders to help with framing. This allows you to have it framed to your liking at your local frame shop.

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