Art Calendar St.Croix Sunset
This elegant Art Calendar St.Croix Sunset - is one of the best images from collection Virgin Islands.
Christopher Columbus visited St. Croix on November 14th, 1493 on his second voyage to the New World. Columbus named the island Santa Cruz (Holy Cross). The explorers anchored off a natural bay west of Christiansted, known today as Salt River. Some two-dozen armed men from Columbus' fleet went ashore to explore. These men were met by defensive arrows to which they retreated. The Salt River site is the first and only positively documented site associated with Columbus' exploration of the New World on what is today a U.S. territory.
Art Calendar St.Croix Sunset - is a fine art Giclée print outputted on Premium quality Epson paper. This artwork is signed and issued in Open Edition. I developed all of them to give you a variety of choices. Each calendar has a different design and size. They are unique and there is absolutely no way for you to find my calendars anywhere else. You will be proud to have this calendar for your collection or present it as a gift to your friends.
Remember, that you are looking at a low-res JPG image, which cannot reproduce the true sharpness and tonal range of the high quality original. If you have any question please do not hesitate and e-mail me.
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