The High Point


View from the highest point driven, during Apollo 15’s second EVA at Station 6A. Mission commander Dave Scott photographs and samples the green rock found there, while Jim Irwin kneels in the dirt and holds onto the lunar rover to stop it slipping down the precarious slope on the Apennine Front. Mt. Hadley is in the upper left, with Swann Range to the right. Immediately in front of that are the mare craters of the South Cluster. This is a reverse point of view of the same moment seen in my other piece: “Green Rock…Rockin’ Rover”.

Print edition of 100. Signed by artist and numbered.

Giclée print using archival quality ink on Epson Velvet Fine Art paper.

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Print Only (17 x 22 in), Framed (21 x 26.5 in)


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