Ice Skating Traveler on Lake Baikal
1) Giclée Fine Art Print on 100% cotton archival quality Hahnumuhle Photo Rag paper
2) C-Type FujiFilm Crystal Archive Prints mounted on Dibond
About the piece
This photo is one of the frozen lake Baikal (Russia) series. It was taken during the ice skating journey to the lake Baikal in the winter of 2014. On the photo you can see the ice skater, carring sledge drag.
The photo is category winner in Fine Art Photography Awards 2014 (Category "Travel", series)
Baikal in winter is a real place of power, one of the most extraordinary places in the world. This is an incredible feeling, when you are standing on the almost one meter thick smooth ice! Smooth, but with cracks. Baikal is wholly cut up by cracks - thin or thick. Ice crackles, water under the ice gurgles. It scares for the first time, but then you get used to it and enjoy these sounds.
Limited edition of 10 for all sizes and types of material. Signed and numbered on the front with the certificate of authenticity.
The size of the printed area for Giclee Print is 36 x 24 in (91,4 x 61 cm). The print can be supplied with an additional white border for mounting and framing (the size of the border is on your request).
Price is $2000
Also available as C-Type FujiFilm Crystal Archive Prints mounted on Dibond without white borders 36 x 24 in, ready to hang.
The price for Dibond is $2300
The real size may be slightly different due to cropping after printing.
About the artist
Evgeny Dubinchuk is a photographer based in Russia, winner and finalist of national and international photo competitions.
Travel, nature and adventure photography is his big passion. He is inspired by exploring new places, different cultures, meeting interesting people. It is also a challenge, because he prefers long-time journeys to remote places. It’s hiking, cycling, skiing, ice skating.
Photography is his way to show everybody the beauty and diversity of the world around us. It allows to share unique moments with others, so people can see and feel the scene the same way he saw and felt it.
His goal is to capture something that causes pleasure from looking at. And it doesn’t matter if it’s a nature or urban landscape, people or animals – it's everyting that he meets on the way and which he finds exciting and breathtaking. These pictures can motivate people to be more active and visit amazing parts of our planet.