Yes, this is a photo and it has been only minimally edited. I shot this through the window of a tour SUV as we being taken around the island of Lanai in Hawaii. These Cook Island pines (Norfolk Pines) were planted near the pineapple fields were planted in 1878. Pine trees in Hawaii or almost as unusual as they looked to me that day.
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All photos are printed with archival quality materials. Archival paper prints are 100% cotton fiber, acid, lignen & chlorine free. These paper prints meet museum standards and are produced with environmentally friendly process that will last 200 years. Canvas prints are treated with polimers and non-yellowing UV resistant topcoat. Metal prints use Chromaluxe white metal and are scratch resistant.
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