Reflections in the now flooded crater of the Rano Kau Volcano on Easter Island as sunrise illuminates clouds above. The crater, a deep lake is now choked with islands of reeds, not native to the island and entrenched in the mystery of what people built the giant stone heads. One theory being that distant decendants of the Incan Empire may have sailed reed rafts across from Peru to colonize the island, thus bringing the reeds to live on the island today.
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Dimensions + Editions
11 x 14 Print
|Image||9 x 13.5|
|Full-Bleed Frame||12.25 x 15.25|
|Matted Frame||17 x 20|
16 x 20 Print
|Image||12.68 x 19|
|Full-Bleed Frame||17.25 x 21.25|
|Matted Frame||22.5 x 26.5|
20 x 24 Print
|Image||15.35 x 23|
|Full-Bleed Frame||21.25 x 25.25|
|Matted Frame||26.5 x 30.5|
Known for his ability to depict human stories in the most untouched reaches of the world, Max Lowe excels at capturing story through his search for adventure and narratives unheard. From his home in the mountains of Montana to now countless countries, landscapes and cultures across the globe, max has been witness to stories spanning the gap of human experience. It was from his travels and the experiences therein that stemmed his drive to begin his career as a storyteller, capturing the world around him through a viewfinder.