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Offered as a limited edition platinum print of 3 plus 2 Artists Proofs and comes with a Certificate of Authenticity, a Secure Hologram and will be registered with Hahnemuhles Fine Art Registry Database.


Printed by master printer Martin Axon, bearing his stamp.


The artist signature, title, number and hologram will appear on the back and will be visible via a custom window. To request a front signature, please use the add a note section at checkout.




  • Please see written details for custom framing. Product in situ’s are not always representative of the custom framing.
  • Please see pics in Buyer’s Guide for custom framing details.
  • All of our artwork is made to order and handcrafted. Please allow 4-6 weeks for us to make your limited edition, custom framed print.

Lost in Thought

  • The image is 12”w x 16”h with a 2” border and a deckled edge all around.  Master printer Martin Axon’s stamp is visible on the lower right-hand corner of the border.


    The overall outer dimensions of the framed image is approximately 16”w x 22”h.


    Offered with a Custom Oak 2 7/8” face x 1 ¾” deep beveled back frame in Fusco finish, mounted floating with ¾” museum board visible all around, covered with anti-reflective, anti-static Optium plexiglass which provides 93% UV protection. The Optium plexiglass is 50% lighter than glass and is shatter resistant.

  • I was in Delhi, India for only a day and I decided to use my Achromatic Phase One IQ4 back to shoot in the streets.I visited a fruit and vegetable market in the Old City and was immediately swept up in the colors and motion of this incredible city.The streets were crowded with people, vendors, tuk tuks, and animals all moving so quickly that you really had to pay attention or get trampled!Yet, with all this crazy energy around me, I spied this gentleman in a little nook, protected from the chaos of the street.He had found the calm in the storm.His gaze seems to go right through you.This image lends itself to a platinum print because it is as timeless as the platinum process itself.An intimate and poignant portrait.

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