Location: Gainesville, FL - USA
Description: Century Tower, University of Florida, my Alma Mater -- Go Gators!. Completed in 1956, this iconic tower has become one of the most well known structures at UF. The concept for the tower began in 1953 when alumni raised funds for the tower in memory of students killed in World War I & II. In addition, the tower commemorates the 100th anniversary of the University of Florida which was founded in 1853. Whether you are part of the Gator Nation or not, this beautiful structure is truly a great subject.
Type: Full Infrared Photography
Print Sizes: Available in many sizes to suit your decoration needs. Please select your desired print size, quantity and "click" Add-to-Cart. You may add mutliple copies in different sizes of any one photograph to your shopping cart. There are no restrictions. The size indicates the actual image size.
Signed Certificate of Authenticity: All my art prints will include their own Certificate of Authenticity (COA). The COA will include pertinent information about the artwork and my signature.
Please Note: The sample image(s) have been compressed for optimal web download. The original print you will receive is extremely vibrant, ultra sharp and has a much higher resolution which can only be appreciated in person. Also, the watermark "Copyright ©" on the image will NOT appear on your order.
Museum Quality Archival Metallic Prints: I exclusively prefer the richness of the higher-quality metallic paper because of how perfectly it compliments the tones and subtleties of my infrared work. This museum quality archival paper and process uses a patented combination of film and laminate layers that result in a striking, three-dimensional, extremely vivid, lasting image on an ultra-bright pearlescent / metallic background. You don’t have to worry about prints fading with these high quality prints. The standard archival value is 100 years in home display and 200 years in dark storage. I only use professional printing services that meet my professional high standards.