Fine Art Print
Passageway North

$550.00$1,750.00

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Fine Art Print

Passageway North

$550.00$1,750.00

$550.00$1,750.00

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Passageway North is a fine art photograph  taken of the mountains surrounding the city of El Paso, Texas. Black and white landscape photography is a favorite for photographer Aileen Sideris. Being a travel photographer she’s spent extended periods of time across America. The Franklin Mountains of El Paso, Texas can be seen for miles and miles and make for extraordinary photography subjects. The detail that can be seen in this photograph of the mountains themselves and of the city below is remarkable, making this image one that truly stands out.

Behind the Image

Passageway North

 

The name Passageway North comes from the meaning of El Paso which in full means “The Passageway to the North”. While spending time in El Paso, Texas I was lucky enough to spend the day taking photographs near Franklin Mountains State Park. The mountains were so grand and the city looked so small but also so full of life. It was a warm day and there were no clouds in the sky. I remember being taken aback when I first saw how close to the city these mountains were. It was beyond impressive and helped me appreciate the city of El Paso in a brand new way.

Behind the Image

Passageway North

 

The name Passageway North comes from the meaning of El Paso which in full means “The Passageway to the North”. While spending time in El Paso, Texas I was lucky enough to spend the day taking photographs near Franklin Mountains State Park. The mountains were so grand and the city looked so small but also so full of life. It was a warm day and there were no clouds in the sky. I remember being taken aback when I first saw how close to the city these mountains were. It was beyond impressive and helped me appreciate the city of El Paso in a brand new way.

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