About The Photo:
Blue Ridge Parkway, VA
Mabry Mill, VA
The Mill is a sight that people stop at all the time. Located just off the Blue Ridge Parkway it is a great place to stop and an incredible sight to see.
Built between 1903-1905 this Mill stands the test of time and shows just how competent people were. Creating a fully operational sawmill was not the easiest back then, not to mention Edwin Boston Mabry had to create additional channels of water to have enough to make the wheel turn.
An operational beauty!
Images are infused into specially coated surfaces, providing the most durable and longest lasting print medium. The aluminum panels are extremely durable, offering scratch and abrasion resistance without hiding your image behind glass. Sublimation metal also offers the highest fade resistance compared to every other photo medium.
Dye-sublimation printing is a computer printing technique which uses heat to transfer dye onto many materials. In order to transfer the image from the paper to the aluminum, it requires a heat press process that is a combination of time, temperature and pressure. The heat press applies this special combination, to “transfer” the sublimation dyes at the molecular level into the aluminum.
The images are fade resistant- the latest testing shows they will last a lifetime with resistance to yellowing and climate damage. They are chemical resistant- the surfaces can be cleaned with ammonia, bleach, acetone or any all-purpose cleaner. The images are also moisture resistant.
The aluminum is .045" thick and is finished with a float mount on the back for hanging. The Aluminum panels are lightweight, durable, and made with recycled material and 100% recyclable.
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