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Dave Sandford

Nite Light

Nite Light

Regular price $231.00 CAD
Regular price Sale price $231.00 CAD
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Payment Options

As a courtesy to my clients, I offer a variety of payment options. Shop Pay offers you the option to pay in full at checkout, or to split your purchase into regular payments with Shop Pay Installments.

The terms and conditions for each payment method are determined by each processing company and may change at any time.

Materials

Hahnemühle Photo Rag Cotton Paper.

These prints are produced without plastic packaging and with utmost care for the environment.

Shipping & Returns

Free Shipping during promotional periods, any amount of prints, anywhere in the world!

My artwork ships from my print lab in Europe. Depending on your location, you may be assessed Customs, Duties, or Import Taxes. These are assessed by your government, and not by myself.

If your art work is damaged please contact me immediately to arrange a replacement free of charge.

Care Instructions

This fine art paper is very fragile, please frame upon receiving your shipment or store in the original packaging.

When you look at these images maybe you have your own story and experience from the eclipse that you can relate to through my images. Everywhere you went, everyone you spoke to, the eclipse was the hot topic. Many people from different countries, states, provinces, and territories, from all kinds of different cultures and walks of life traveled from near and far to bear witness to this uniquely rare celestial event. Did you take the day from work, skip school? Many across North America from the western shores of Mexico, across the United States, all the way to the northeastern tip of Newfoundland, Canada gathered with family and friends alike. I know one thing I took away from all that surrounded the total eclipse, that was a sense of community. For myself it had a similar feeling as going to an outdoor music festival and the sense of a united community that comes along with it. Even more so when totality hit… giving me chills, listening to the wave of cheers echo across the water from our temporary community that lined the crescent shaped beach. Eerily similar to that of a crowd cheering when the main act hits the stage and amphitheatre, only this was a much grander stage and the star of the show much larger. It was a great feeling and great to see so many of us brought together by a common bond - to be a part of a very distinctive day and time in natural history. Be it the temporary community that lined the shores of Long Point Beach, or the north and south shores of Lake Erie and all along the path of totality, the total eclipse of April 8th, 2024, united us all for one unforgettable day! April 8th at 3:18 pm EST, in one split second, I understood why people chase eclipses around the world. Instantly, a new eclipse chaser was born in me.

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Printed on: Hahnemühle Photo Rag

3:2 Ratio

Border Size

SMALL

12” x 18”

1"

MEDIUM

16” x 24”

1.5"

LARGE

24” x 36”

2"

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Dave Sandford's Conservation Mission

As a Polar Bear International Ambassador, I proudly donate 10% of my polar bear photography print sales to support and aid in Polar Bear conservation.

Thank you for supporting my work and supporting wildlife conservation through purchasing my artwork.

  • Free Global Shipping

    For this initial launch period free shipping is offered with any print size order!

  • Hassle-Free Exchanges if Damaged

    We ship our art work with the best possible, recycleable materials but sometimes shipping can be rough. Please contact us immediately if any issues from shipping.