Its unique turquoise blue color has caused some to call it the "Caribbean of the Rockies." Bear Lake's vibrant hue comes from the refraction of suspended limestone deposits throughout the lake. And the color is not the only unique feature. Properties in the lake's water have created a high rate of endemism meaning many species can only be found here.
Each poster is printed on 100# archival cotton paper that will never fade or yellow.
How to Care for Your Landmark Poster
1. Protect the Edges.
Even if your poster brushes against another object, the edges are prone to dents, so handle with care!
2. Avoid Extra Hardware
Never apply rubber bands, paper clips, or tape to your poster as these all have the potential to damage the paper.
3. Wash Your Hands.
Only handle with clean, dry hands in a clean work area. Remove all food and drinks from your surroundings. With these culprits around, anything can happen!
4. Put It Under Glass
Frame your poster as soon as possible to prevent bad things (see #3) from happening. Ask Landmarkʼs customer service for framing recommendations.
5. Hang It Properly
Store or hang your poster in a cool, dry environment (avoid attics, basements, and proximity to radiators and vents). Avoid exposure to direct or intense sunlight.