-The unframed print is in the "small unframed category". Up to four unframed prints this size The unframed print is in the "medium unframed category". Up to three unframed prints this size will fit in a box without increasing shipping rates. -The framed print is in the "medium framed category".
This edition is limited to 10. This listing is for number 5 (labeled 5/10), which is the one pictured here. The photo showing the print in a frame is an example only. This print is not framed.
I first carved this block in 2009 after I had climbed Mount Monadnock the previous autumn.
Way back then, I wrote this about my hike:
This piece was inspired by a fond memory of enjoying a wonderful hike with Mark. I recall warm sunshine flooding the forest air as I hiked up the mountain on a clear autumn day. As I climbed, I was afforded the comfort and welcoming intimacy of the earthy grays and greens of the pine trees, rocks and shrubs. In contrast to this closeness, frequent gaps in the branches exposed great wide views of the distant red and purple country under an endless blue sky. Surrounded by the mountain trail, I became part of the mountain. Gazing out from Mount Monadnock, I drew on its strength to face the wider world.
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