Great Wall West 1999 crop


Photographed in July 1999, this 1.77 gigapixel image was captured in over 280 individual frames combined to create a composite image that is detailed enough to produce a high quality print that is life size – 20 feet high and over 65 feet in width. Bloody Bay Wall is part of a protected marine park on the north side of Little Cayman Island, where just a few hundred yards offshore, the sea floor ends abruptly at a depth of only 18 – 25 feet, dropping off in a shear vertical cliff.

Archival fine art print on Aluminum composite with satin anodized aluminum backing frame.

  • 130 year + archival quality printing
  • highest possible resolution
  • super-gloss UV laminate
  • elegant backing frame with hanging system
  • custom print styles and sizes available

Shipped insured packaged in lightweight foamed box.

Loose prints (print only) are the same quailty and UV gloss finish as aluminum prints – shipped flat and ready to frame.

Jim Hellemn

Jim Hellemn has made a career out of inventing ways to capture the spectacular colors and details of coral reefs. His images have appeared in National Geographic magazine, the American Museum of Natural History and are featured in several large-scale public attractions.

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