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Horseshoe Geminids

Horseshoe Geminids

Regular price $75.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $75.00 USD
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Product Description 

Over 100 meteors rain down from the sky in this image of the 2023 Geminid Meteor shower, captured in Arizona. In the foreground is the iconic Horseshoe Bend - captured in a way never before seen. 

Custom metal print available on request.

About this artwork

Available in:


8 x 12 in


12 x 18 in


16 x 24 in

including a border for easy framing.

● Presented on acid-free, archival Fuji Pearl fine art paper, produced with a traditional
darkroom photographic process.
● Guaranteed archival life of 100+ years
● Carbon-neutral, sustainable production, packaging, and shipping
● Global delivery with tracked & insured shipping

Shipping and returns

Orders are dispatched within 3-5 days working days. Thereafter, they should arrive within 1-4 days to the UK/Europe, in 2-5 days to North America, and 5-7 days for Australia/New Zealand. Other destinations may vary - please allow up to 2 weeks for delivery. Once your order is shipped, you will receive a tracking number via email.
Our printing company is 100% carbon neutral and all our packaging is environment friendly. Everything is either recyclable or biodegradable and that includes the stickers, tape, compostable bubble wrap as well as frame edge protectors used.

Your artwork will be sustainably packaged and well protected, but on the rare occasion there are issues, we will do our best to make it right.

Read more about our shipping policy here!



To custom frame these prints online, I highly recommend Level Frames. They will handcraft a museum-quality frame and ship it right to your door with everything you'll need to frame at home. 

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Reach for the sky!

Bring the stars to your home with a limited edition print. These images are captured with the intention of inspiring you to enjoy the wonders of our night sky from the comfort of your residence.

What does a dark sky really look like to the unaided eye?