Gokarna is a beach village on the Indian Ocean that attracts Sanskrit scholars, sadhu priests, and is one of the holiest Hindu pilgrimage sites for the elephant god Ganesh. It has this otherworldly feeling that this can’t possibly be a real place with the pilgrims, priests, cows, locals and the odd Westerner thrown in to boot. This cow was modeling for a Tata Tea ad early one morning.
This print is an easy way to accent a home or office with museum-quality photography. Surrounded by a black wood composite frame, carefully positioned on a bevel-cut mat, and protected by glass, this is not a poster but an original photographic print.
5 x 7" print matte size is 8 x 10".
8 x 10" print framed size is 14 x 17".
8 x 10" print matte size is 11 x 14".
16 x 20" print matte size is 20 x 24".