Omaha Beach, Normandy, France 2020
Omaha Beach was the code name used by the Allied forces in WWII and refers to a coastal section between Colleville-sur-Mer and Saint-Laurent-sur-Mer in the Normandy. During operation "Neptune" US troops landed here on June 6 1944 as part of the liberation of Europe.
- 6x7" (aprox. 14x16cm), Edition of 25
- 12x14" (aprox. 30x38cm), Edition of 9
Signed, titled, and editioned on print verso
Print: Giclée Print, Museum Quality
Paper: 305gsm Hahnemühle Photo Rag Ultra Smooth, 100% Cotton
Sizes are Paper sizes, actual print will be slightly smaller due to the white border.
Larger prints upon request.