Wadjemup Lighthouse by Jody D’Arcy
Wadjemup Lighthouse is part of a series of photography called ‘Quintessential Rottnest’ from renowned WA Photographer Jody D’Arcy.
Taken from the air ‘Quintessential Rottnest’ shows a unique perspective of the geography and arid beauty of this unchanged island enjoyed by holiday makers for many generations.
Available in 3 different print and frame types:
* Printed on 3mm aluminium composite panel and framed in a shadow box with white timber frame.
Overall size: 1240mm x 905mm H.
* Print only on archival cotton rag. Supplied in cardboard shipping tube.
Available in 2 sizes:
900mm x 600mm
600mm x 450mm
* Framed in White or Teak frame.
Available in 2 sizes:
900mm x 600mm (framed 1115mm x 830mm)
600mm x 450mm (framed 850mm x 700mm)
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