Oregon Outback, Summer Lake
Native American Indians site
Winterly dust storm approachesThe Snakes Indians used to inhabit the very ground upon which I stood to take this eerie pictorial documentary landscape. I couldn't help but be reminded of how much this scene location resembled some of the Edward Curtis lake shore photos of Native American Indians.
It was supposed to be Spring... but dust storms raged across the high desert plains engulfing this beautiful lake area. That night a lightning storm ensued, taking out our cabin's power along with the water supply. In the morning it was snowing and it sure felt like Winter. But this remarkable color image was only possible because of such dramatic and unusual weather conditions.
16x20 Inch Art Print
Image Dimensions are @11.3x17 inches
Heavyweight Epson Satin paper
Signed/Dated on lower white border
Clear sleeved on foam core
Sacred Shoreline Copyright 2008 by Clyde Keller
This archival giclee print offers an exquisite range of tone, depth and brilliancy... faithfully capturing the unusual storm and lighting. Makes a strong impression. Suitable for immediate safe viewing and ready for framing.
counter installed on dec. 29, 2012