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Salton Sea Sunset

$200.00Price
The Salton Sea, California's largest lake by volume, exists entirely by accident. 

It was created in the early 1900s after a heavy rain caused the Colorado River to burst through the banks of an irrigation canal, sending millions of gallons of water into a previously dried out lake bed in the California desert.
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  • DESCRIPTION

    All prints signed and numbered.  Edition limits: 150 - 16x24, 100 - 20x30, 50 - 24x36.  Custom sizes available upon request.

  • FRAMING REQUESTS

    Would you like your print framed?  Please let us know during the shopping cart checkout process.  We will be happy to contact you to discuss pricing.  NOTE:  Framing requests limited to Los Angeles area.