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"Devil's Slide"

Devil's Slide

Pacific Coast Highway, California, 2022


The Devil’s Slide is one of the most underrated spots along the Pacific Coast Highway. The 1.3 mile stretch was often closed to traffic because of rock slides and erosion. So to fix this, tunnels were built. In 2014, the San Mateo Parks Department converted the old highway into a trail that is used today by hikers and bikers alike.



Metal Details

  • Created by infusing dye directly into a specially coated aluminum sheet
  • Includes a wall mount for instant display
  • Hooks not included
  • Max weight is 10.5 lbs
  • Easy to clean with cloth and/or water


Paper Details

  • Printed on Kodak ENDURA Silk, perfect for vibrant images
  • Includes white border 
  • Matting and/or framing is not included, but available upon request
  • Prints 36x24 will be printed on Kodak ENDURA Metallic


All photos are printed at Bay Lab Photo in California.

"Devil's Slide"

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