Black Cliffs of Quoddy

Standing on the edge of the churning Quoddy Channel that separates the U.S. and Canada and looking northeast across the Passamaquoddy Bay, one gets the best view of the Black Cliffs of West Quoddy Head where interconnected trails scrape the cliffs and bluffs and lead to open ocean shores. These impressive black cliffs date back to the Silurian Age (roughly 420 million years ago), when volcanic magma rose up from the ocean to form the rock cliffs. The name Quoddy Head, which means “fertile and beautiful place”, comes from the Native American Passamaquoddy tribe.

19 x 13″ Fine Art Paper Print

19 x 13″ original digital image giclée printed at high resolution on Hahnemühle Photo Gloss Baryta fine art paper. Enclosed in a clear protective sleeve, rolled, and delivered in a shipping tube. A high density paper with a large color gamut, Hahnemühle Photo Gloss Baryta is a heavy weight, gallery grade, smooth and glossy photo paper from the Harman by Hahnemühle line.


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