by Andrew Lever
Edition of 50 - 76.2cm x 50.8cm
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A surfer looks like an extra terrestrial as he walks in silhouette through a tunnel on a beach. this image is part of my ongoing long term project on surfing.
Printed on Professional colour paper from the Fuji Crystal Archive range with a matt finish.
I use London’s premiere lab for all prints.
Print has a 4mm white border to allow for easier matting.
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ANDREW LEVER is a National Geographic Award-winning travel and fine art photographer. A former international model, he has a passion for travel and an appetite for creating fresh and exciting imagery, and his childhood spent with horses has made him a sensitive photographer of those creatures. His work has appeared in National Geographic Publications, Lonely Planet Traveller Magazine, The Sunday Times Travel Magazine, Singapore Airlines Magazine, Lufthansa Airlines Magazine, and Rough Guides; it has also been displayed in the Auckland Museum.
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