Columbia at 30 Seconds captures the space, distance, power and velocity that made the launch. Looking up or across at the launch would have made the shuttle just a tiny speck in the painting. Further, the view most people have of the shuttle comes from television where long telephoto lenses tend to flatten everything. With the background sightly bowed, the shuttle craft took on the proper perspective as it hammered its way into the heavens.
Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Print:
limited to 850 s/n. 19 5/8"w x 22 1/4"h. $150