Fresnel Lens Yaquina Head Lighthouse
Fresnel Lens Yaquina Head Lighthouse - Gicleé prints - 5.75" x 8.75" printed on high-quality luster paper and 100+ year-rated archival inks.
About Fresnel Lens Yaquina Head Lighthouse
The light has been active since Head Keeper Fayette Crosby walked up the 114 steps, to light the wicks on the evening of August 20, 1873. At that time the oil burning fixed white light was displayed from sunset to sunrise. Today, the fully automated first order Fresnel lens runs on commercial power and flashes its unique pattern of 2 seconds on, 2 seconds off, 2 seconds on, 14 seconds off, 24 hours a day. The oil burning wicks have been replaced with an LED stack (36 individual LED bulbs).
Details - Fresnel Lens Yaquina Head Lighthouse
- 5.75" w x 8.75" tall
- 100+ year rated inks
- museum quality luster paper
About the Art Cards™: I took some of my most popular images and create a product that is very unique. I am re-engineering the greeting card thinking of the end user first. When you receive a greeting card in the mail what do you do with it? Keep it on the refrigerator for a while then file it with other mementos? Well this greeting card is designed to frame like any other high-quality piece of art. Final size is the once matted is the most popular art size on the market 11"x14". There is not better gift, then something that will last and be cherished for a lifetime, then passed down to future generations. All Art Cards™ come ready to mail with stamped envelope, instructions and note card.
Quality is everything to me and I take the time to print these myself and inspect each one before they ship.