Shark Bay, Western Australia
These salt crystallising ponds are located within the Unesco World Heritage Site of Shark Bay in the curiously named Useless Loop. But far from being useless, some 74 square km of ponds cultivate the salt we eat in our food, as well as creating some of the most incredible artistic patterns you will ever see from the air.
The different colours are formed by microorganisms, with the algae changing colour as the level of salinity increases in each pond.
Top 50 ‘Built Environment Open’ - The Epson International Pano Awards 2021
Bronze ‘Built Environment Open’ - The Epson International Pano Awards 2021
LIMITED EDITION PRINT
Limited Edition Fine Art Prints are hand numbered and recorded as part of a strictly controlled set of prints for this image.*
These exclusive prints are only offered on 100% cotton museum grade white Fine Art photo paper. They are finished by hand with Wayne’s signature, print edition number, image title and date (appearing underneath the photo within the white border). This will also be accompanied by a numbered Certificate of Authenticity.
Limited Edition Fine Art Prints for this image are available in the following sizes and editions.
41 x 61cm (16 x 24in) 1 of 50
51 x 76cm (20 x 30in) 1 of 50
61 x 91cm (24 x 36in) 1 of 50
66 x 101cm (26 x 40in) 1 of 50
80 x 120cm (32 x 48in) 1 of 50
101 x 152cm (40 x 60in) 1 of 15
* Note: The following print outcomes are not considered part of the limited editions for this image - smaller prints (longest edge under 61cm), all size canvas and acrylic prints, acrylic blocks, calendars or cards. All such prints are not part of a numbered set and are considered Open Edition Prints.