Abrolhos Islands Burnett Island Southern Group

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Abrolhos Islands Burnett Island Southern Group

This breathtaking aerial photograph entitled, “Abrolhos Islands Burnett Island Southern Group” captures the serene beauty of Burnett Island, nestled within the Pelsaert group of the Abrolhos Islands. The vibrant hues of coral and sandy waters captured in this piece by Karl Monaghan create a captivating artwork of Western Australian ocean and island photography.

Burnett Island boasts an interesting history that is deeply interwoven with the rich cultural heritage of the Abrolhos Islands. Named after the captain William Edward Archibald Burnett of the HMAS Sydney II, this island is the southernmost island of the Pelsaert group. Its geographical location contributes to its diverse marine life, making it a hub for fishing activities, while its untouched beauty lends itself perfectly to the art of photography.

Printing Materials

Karl Monaghan Fine Art Paper Prints are produced on 100% Cotton rag paper weighing 320 gms. The Canson Edition Etching Rag is a premium fine art paper that has been produced by Arches paper manufacturers for hundreds of years. Using quality materials ensures that the colours of this photograph are vibrant and true to original form, and the conservation rating of 100 years plus ensures that this piece of Australian landscape photography will last a lifetime.

For those who prefer a larger format, Karl Monaghan Canvas Prints are made from an archival Ilford Cotton blend Galicia Canvas and printed with archival Epson Ultra Chrome Inks, boasting a conservation rating of 100 years plus under normal lighting conditions. These large canvas prints are perfect for adding a touch of natural beauty to any space, and are sure to impress any art enthusiast.

As a stunning showcase of Mid West aerial photography, “Abrolhos Islands Burnett Island Southern Group” encapsulates the splendour of the Abrolhos Islands, making it a cherished part of any collection of Western Australian prints. This print’s blend of aerial photography and fine art imbues it with a unique charm, allowing it to serve as both a beautiful piece of Australian nature photography and a historical testament to the Abrolhos Islands.

Available in the following sizes and formats;

Fine Art Paper Prints

  • XXS – 30cm x 30cm (including 5cm border)
  • XS – 40cm x 40cm (including 5cm border)
  • S – 60cm x 60cm (including 5cm border)
  • M – 70cm x 70cm (including 5cm border)
  • L- 80cm x 80cm (including 5cm border)
  • XL – 90cm x 90cm (including 5cm border)
  • XXL – 100cm x100cm (including 5cm border)

Canvas Prints

  • XS – 40cm x 40cm plus mirror wrap
  • S – 60cm x 60cm plus mirror wrap
  • M – 70cm x 70cm plus mirror wrap
  • L- 80cm x 80cm plus mirror wrap
  • XL – 90cm x 90cm plus mirror wrap
  • XXL – 100cm x100cm plus mirror wrap

Bring the allure of Australian nature photography into your home, your office, or any space that calls for a touch of scenic brilliance. This is an opportunity to own a unique piece of Australian heritage, one that will captivate your visitors and spark conversations. As a cherished part of your fine art collection or as a stunning stand-alone piece, this print ensures the timeless beauty of Burnett Island is forever within your grasp.

If your print risks potential exposure to UV light, UV protection can be added at a standard rate of $50 regardless of size ordered. *Only applies to Canvas Print options.

Shipping and Handling

All Karl Monaghan Fine Art Prints come with a certificate of authenticity. All items will be shipped using Australia Post, in standard tubes up to a maximum of 110cm long. Freight will be a standard fee of $35.00 which includes packing and sending.

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