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Color Of Canvas:

  • Full Color
  • Sepia
  • Black and White

Size Of Canvas:

  • 12X36
  • 15X45
  • 18X58
  • 3-12x12
  • 3-20x20
  • 3-30x30

Type Of Canvas:

  • Rolled Canvas ( no frame )
  • Triptych Canvas

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Product Description

Kerferd Pier Canvas Prints

Kerferd Pier Canvas Prints The Kerferd Road Pier, also known as Albert Park, is a timber construction. It is a wide jetty formed of timber pylons supporting timber cross members. The balustrade and decking are also of timber. Part of the decked area has since been asphalted. The Pier off Kerferd Road, Albert Park, is of historical and architectural significance to the State of Victoria. The Pier off Kerferd Road, Albert Park, is of historical significance for its role in the development of the foreshore as a fashionable seaside resort, and in the growth of sea-bathing as a popular recreational activity. Along with two extant Edwardian beach shelters, the Pier at Albert Park is the last surviving vestige of the extensive infrastructure associated with the swimming baths and beachfront recreation along this part of the foreshore. It remains an important local landmark. The Kerferd Road Pier, Albert Park, is of historical and architectural significance as a rare example of a substantially intact nineteenth-century pier in Port Phillip Bay. It retains important elements of its original construction. The main road arterial is Kerferd Road, a wide boulevard lined with elm trees and a central reservation, which connects from South Melbourne's Albert Road. Pickles Street, Victoria Avenue and Mills Street are the main roads running west and east toward South Melbourne. Sunset is a wonderful opportunity for us to appreciate all the great things the sun gives us. In photography, the golden hour is a period shortly after sunrise or before sunset during which daylight is redder and softer compared to when the Sun is higher in the sky. When the sun is near the horizon, sunlight travels through a greater depth of atmosphere, reducing the intensity of the direct light, so that more of the illumination comes from indirect light from the sky, reducing the lighting ratio. More blue light is scattered, so if the sun is present, its light appears more reddish.

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