Live Oak Trees at the Alley Triptych
This is a three split panel of the trees at Oak Alley plantation at sunrise from a single image. Oak Alley is located in the southern US near New Orleans Louisiana near a town called Vacherie. Oak Alley has some of the most beautiful trees that have been estimated to be over 300 years old. No one seems to know who planted these trees as they were here before the plantation and mansion were built . This tree landscape image of the oak alley live oak trees all seem to be deliperately planted in rows that seem to lead to toward the Mississippi river are available as a three panel image. This style is call a split panel or a Triptych image. In a triptych each image will have two or more panels of the images. This is the sample of how the panel would be broken down to give you an idea of what it would look like once it is printed. If you need to fill a larger area with one photo a triptych image is perfect because it can cover a much larger space than a single image can. Please contact us if your interested in a split panel image of a photograph we will be happy to discuss your project with you. Watermarks will not appear on the images. Photo © copyright by Bee Creek Photography - Tod Grubbs / Cynthia Hestand.