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Sonic boom aircraft. Cloud forming behind an aircraft as it breaks the sound barrier. As the aircraft moves through the air, an area of low pressure forms behind it. When the pressure of this air parcel falls below the vapour pressure of gaseous water, the water in the air condenses to form the cloud. Different atmospheric conditions cause the phenomenon to occur at different aircraft speeds. This is an American FA18 Hornet. Photographed over the Pacific Ocean on 7 July 1999.

Scenic Art

Why settle for blank walls, when you can transform them into stunning vista points. Explore from imaginative scenic abstracts to sublime beach landscapes captured on camera. The possibilities are endless. The painterly quality of our canvas creates an almost life-like panorama, so you can enjoy your favorite scenery without leaving home.

Vincent Van Gogh’s Starry Night is one of the most renowned scenic masterpieces. Other famous landscape artists and photographers include Georgia O'Keeffe, Ansel Adams, and Claude Monet.

Transportation Art

Partake in a sailing regatta or feel the wind in your hair cruising in a ‘Vette. Go places without leaving home. Give wings to self-expression with our transportation art collection.

Pick the perfect ride for your walls from mega jets, cool kayaks to vintage race cars. Get them wall-ready and fabulous in our handcrafted frames, starting at $59. Famous works of art from this collection include Monet’s Sailboat, Sleep Balloon by Nancy Tillman. Vapor Helicopter by Banksy.

Aircraft Sonic Boom Cloud-u.s. Department of Energy-Mounted Photographic Print

Work by u.s. Department of Energy

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