Earlier this year I had two special requests on the same day regarding the Bahamas. One was from a sailboat captain in Texas, the other, a Navy contractor working in Andros. Those requests got me to take a long look at what we had already done with Bahamas posters and I realized, it simply wasn't the best we could do.
So in March of this year, I produced new posters with new imagery (all from the past 12 months), covering each island in the Commonwealth We also rethought the wide-view Bahamas From Space poster and realized it left way to much out on the eastern and western edges, (not anymore).
The Bahamas prints have been a real hit since the beginning but now they are better than ever and we can honestly say, this is the best we can offer and be proud of it!
Although the intention with this scene was to capture Andros Island, the largest of the inhabited Bahamas Districts, you really can't show it completely without including neighboring New Providence. But that's OK, it's an amazing scene and to show both together, with nearly zero cloud cover worked out beautifully. Not to slight the most populous island of the Bahamas and the Capital City of Nassau. You can find a close-up view of New Providence on its own beautiful print in the Bahamas Series at Terra Prints. This image is from late 2014 and is an example of the kind of careful, meticulous multi-spectral image processing you can only find from Terra Prints.