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253 Heart

253 Heart

In the late 1800s, Ruston was known as a mining town. The waterfront was the home of a smelter plant which ran from 1888 until the Environmental Protection Agency forced its closure in 1986 due to massive wildlife damage and pollution to the Puget Sound. Despite the placement of the smelter plant, the Ruston waterfront has been an attraction to locals and tourists since the 1960s. The Les Davis Pier juts out from Point Ruston providing locals with an excellent opportunity for fishing, squiding, diving, and enjoying the coastline! 



  • 4x4 prints fitted on 6x6 matting 
  • 8x8 prints fitted on 12x12 matting


Print Details: 

  • Printed on high quality Fuji Crystal Archive Paper
  • Includes a pearl finish which showcases the depth and vibrancy of each print
  • Matting is archival quality 
  • Ready to be displayed as-is or added into a frame of your choice! 
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