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Hutt Lagoon No 1 art print [A2 or A3]

Hutt Lagoon No 1 art print [A2 or A3]

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Dynamic and detailed, this is an image that you'll find soothing and intriguing. Pink lakes in Australia come about when the stars align to produce the perfect combination of algae, temperature, depth, and salt. Luckily, at Hutt Lagoon, north of Geraldton (WA), these factors are in abundance and Chloe Shire's photographs are evidence of this incredible phenomenon.

This Australian photograph is printed on quality Cotton Rag paper.

Water in Hutt Lagoon ranges from pink to lilac to red, thanks to the salt content and the colouring pigment, beta-carotene. These photographs, taken from above Hutt Lagoon, depict elements of algae farming on the lake where the pigment is produced.

Chloe Shire is an Australian photographer who creates art for the travel dreamer. She photographs places that you'd like to see; photographs that show her love of travel and our beautiful country.

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Material: 310gsm Cotton Rag paper
Dimensions: 42cm x 59cm (A2) | 29cm x 42cm (A3)

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