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The Narrows

The Narrows

The Narrows was taken to capture the clouds and gray so well known in the Pacific Northwest. The Tacoma Narrows Bridge opened to the public, connecting Tacoma to Gig Harbor in July 1940. Just four months later, the bridge collapsed during a storm and became known as Galloping Gurdy. Due to delays and rations set in place during WWII, The Narrows was not rebuilt and open for use until 1950. 



  • 4x4 prints fitted on 6x6 matting 
  • 8x8 prints fitted on 12x12 matting
  • 11x14 prints, not fitted with 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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