This piece of stunning astrophotography wall art transports you into the Africa wild at night. Photographed by Jacqueline Azur in the Botswana wilderness, the image depicts the Milky Way glistening above a Boab Tree.
Boab trees are common throughout Botswana north from the Tropic of Capricorn. The tree is known as mowana in the Setswana language. It can live more than 2,000 years.
This framed photographic print of this botanical relic illuminated and standing tall in the Botswana wild under the Milky Way is truly a conversation piece. It's the perfect addition to home or business and will work for many spaces - bedroom wall art, living room wall art, office wall art - it's versatility is only exceeded by its beauty.
Printed using archival, pigment based inks and using Kodak ENDURA Premier Paper, which is archival and acid-free.
We've selected Metallic photo paper for Star Trails in the African Sky. The metallic photo paper finish has unique properties. It is a high-gloss photo paper that gives this image a three-dimensional feel because of the metallic properties within the emulsion. Kodak ENDURA metallic paper displays strong bright colors, and bold, rich blacks for better contrast.
- Solid wood frame in white, black, natural, cherry, or walnut
- Covered with acrylic
- Felt bumpers