Split Image Canvas Print
By splitting the photo across several high-quality canvases the impact will is multiplied, filling your wall with the vibrancy of the image.
High quality canvases have a 370gsm (grams per square meter) count and are made from a 35% cotton 65% Polyester blend.
Frames are made of kiln-dried plantation pine wood and have a depth of 3cm. These high-quality frames have a raised lip along their edges that prevents indentations from appearing on the canvas photo prints.
All images are our own, for all Aerial images we are CASA certified and fully insured. We use a number of different platforms for capturing aerial images, including the Parrot Anafi.
SS Bee Shipwreck – Magnetic Island
The SS Bee was an Australian wooden steamship built in 1884 and wrecked in 1901. The ship was built in 1884 in Newcastle, New South Wales for the Watson Ferry Service, who operated it on their Manly to Sydney ferry service from 1884. The SS Bee now rests in Picnic Bay, Magnetic Island, North Queensland, Australia (This information was obtained from https://www.whatsonmagneticisland.com.au/