Time and Tide Aerial
Piha IX Print
Piha IX Print
Piha has a famous black sand beach, this sand is the eroded remains of volcanic rock mainly from the Taupo volcanic zone and swept out to the Tasman Sea by the Waikato river.
The name ‘Piha’ comes from the original name for the rock now known as Lion Rock. ‘Te Piha’ means the divided ripple at the bow of the canoe which the waves breaking around the rock were likened to.
Colours may differ slightly from the onscreen image due to different monitor settings. All images are taken with DJI Drones—due to this, prints are best appreciated at a minimum 1m viewing distance.
Our drone art photos are printed on a professional, conservation-quality natural white art print with a lightly textured, beautifully rich matte finish. They are quite delicate so keep in its packaging until you are framing and use gloves where necessary to avoid any marks.
All Tide & Time Aerial beach wall art prints come unframed. Please contact the team for information on framing options.
In line with our sustainability values, all prints are made to order to avoid excess stock and waste. This means that depending on location your print could take between 7-10 working days to be delivered. We work with local printers in the UK, New Zealand and Europe which means that typically delivery times are much faster. All our orders are shipped in plastic free, fully recyclable packaging.