Cloud Break - Salton Sea, California
California’s Salton Sea is a primordial landscape, once part of a vast inland sea that covered a large area of Southern California. Geologists estimate that for three million years, at least through all the years of the Pleistocene glacial age, a large delta was deposited by the Colorado River in the southern region of the Imperial Valley. Eventually, the delta reached the western shore of the Gulf of California creating a barrier that separated the area of the Salton Sea from the northern reaches of the Gulf.
Archival grade pigment print with white border.
Includes signed and numbered certificate of authenticity.
From the ‘Land, Sea, Sky’ series.