Fine Art Print
Imperial Walk

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Fine Art Print

Imperial Walk

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$100.00$250.00

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✩ Prints Are Made Using Environmentally Friendly Materials on Eco-Friendly Printers

✩ All Paper Prints Are Made on High-Quality Fine Art Archival Paper

✩ All Metal Prints Come Ready to Hang. Metal Prints Are Durable and Naturally Tear-Proof

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Size

12"x18", 8"x12"

Materials

Paper, Metal

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With the purchase of each print, 10% is donated to Mercy for Animals, a non-profit organization founded in 1999.

Imperial Walk is a fine art photography print that thoughtfully captures the moment a visitor to the Tokyo Imperial Palace in Tokyo, Japan walked across it’s massive grounds. Imperial Walk is a travel photograph that beautifully captured a unique scene as it unfolded in a very unique place.

Easy & Secure Checkout | Free Returns

Shipments are received within 7-10 days from the day the order is placed

✩ Prints Are Made Using Environmentally Friendly Materials on Eco-Friendly Printers

✩ All Paper Prints Are Made on High-Quality Fine Art Archival Paper

✩ All Metal Prints Come Ready to Hang. Metal Prints Are Durable and Naturally Tear-Proof

Additional information

Size

12"x18", 8"x12"

Materials

Paper, Metal

Behind the Image

Imperial Walk

Taken in Tokyo, Japan, the Tokyo Imperial Palace is the main residence of the Emperor of Japan. The grounds were massive and such a treat for me since I was a first time visitor to the country. I found myself feeling quite small while walking across these enormous grounds.

I was surprised to find that the Imperial Palace was in the center of the city. While you’re walking around these grounds you feel so connected to nature that you almost forget the city is just beyond the Palace walls.

Within the Imperial Palace grounds are a number of gardens, museums, and temples. I felt so relaxed here and for the first time wasn’t in a rush while being in the center of the city.

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