An abandoned schoolhouse sits on the edge of rough breaks, its weathered siding battered by a hundred years on the Western Prairie. In this early-summer Milky Way panorama, the entire sweep of our galaxy is visible spanning the sky from south to north. These are complicated shots that require a star tracker, windless nights, the right amount of moon to become visible in order to light the foreground, and a great deal of time in editing, but the end results are beautiful. This is offered at 18x48 on Pure Art Printer's proprietary metal, ready to hang, with realistic, vibrant colors. I can also print this for a custom frame, as well as at different sizes, so if you're looking for something specific, please email me.