Indian Island Duluwat Sunset

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Indian Island Dulawat Sunset Aerial

Text under title: The setting sun reflects off Humboldt Bay and the high tide channels of the island, historically the site of Tuluwat Village, considered the center of the Wiyot world.

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Flying over Highway 255 between Eureka, California and the Samoa Pennisula , the island originally called Duluwat was captured by a Hasselblad ELM with 80mm Zeiss f/2.8 lens on Kodak Ektachrome 200 film, taking in the light and reflections from about 1000 feet over Humboldt Bay in a Cessna 182.

Watermark is for web-site display only and is not in the full-sized poster.
Full size of the photograph with white borders is 24x32 inches, with the actual image trimmable to a standard 20x30" poster size.

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Articles and photographs copyright Gary Todoroff. For licensed use, call (707) 445-8425 or contact him by email.