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Trona Pinnacles of the California Desert National Conservation Area by Kjell-Roger Ringstad for See America - 1
Trona Pinnacles of the California Desert National Conservation Area by Kjell-Roger Ringstad for See America - 2
Trona Pinnacles of the California Desert National Conservation Area by Kjell-Roger Ringstad for See America - 3
Trona Pinnacles of the California Desert National Conservation Area by Kjell-Roger Ringstad for See America - 1 Trona Pinnacles of the California Desert National Conservation Area by Kjell-Roger Ringstad for See America - 2 Trona Pinnacles of the California Desert National Conservation Area by Kjell-Roger Ringstad for See America - 3

Trona Pinnacles of the California Desert National Conservation Area by Kjell-Roger Ringstad

$ 25.00

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"Making posters for parks I've never been to was a challenging experience. However, there where several parks that fitted my style of illustration. I personally fell in love with this park and instantly saw a connection through my designs." -Kjell-Roger

 

The Trona Pinnacles is one of the most unusual geological features in the California Desert National Conservation Area. The unusual landscape consists of more than 500 tufa spires (porous rock formed as a deposit when springs interact with other bodies of water), some as high as 140 feet, rising from the bed of the Searles Lake (dry) basin.

 

Kjell-Roger is a Norwegian designer who focuses on analog and digital experiences. He works as a designer, front-end developer, and new media coordinator.

Archival quality inkjet prints, produced and fulfilled by Printful in Los Angeles, CA on an Epson Stylus Pro 7900 on heavyweight Epson Matte Paper. Frames are also made in Los Angeles and are lightweight with acrylic front protector.

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