London Arch, Port Campbell National Park, Victoria, Australia
The London Arch is a natural arch and one of the many tourist attractions in the Port Campbell National Park along the Great Ocean Road. The stack was formed by a gradual erosion process and until 1990 formed a complete double span natural bridge. The arch closest to the shoreline collapsed unexpectedly on 15 January 1990. Prior to the collapse the arch was known as the London Bridge. In this long exposure photograph I wanted to capture the details of the arch, yet clearly show it amongst the rough waters of the Great Southern Ocean. It is, after all, these rough seas that have shaped the arch into what it is today.
This photograph is exclusively available as a limited edition print. Edition size: 250
Acrylic desk block size: 50cm x 18cm (3cm deep)
Acrylic desk blocks give the photo a three dimensional look and make excellent gifts. They are perfect for desks, bookshelves, and mantelpieces.
Each photo is printed on professional grade metallic photographic paper, using archival inks. It is then mounted on the back of an acrylic (plexiglass) block. It is finished with diamond polishing, buffing and a final hand polish.
Since they are free-standing, no hanging system is required.
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We hold a range of stock in the gallery. Your acrylic desk block will be dispatched within 2 business days if it is in stock. If not, it will be made to order and dispatched within approximately two weeks.