The rugged Maine Coast is comprised of weathered metamorphosed bedrock eroded by rivers and the sea. In addition, the area is slowly subsiding 5-10 mm per year. This image is centered around the Damariscotta River, with the Sheepscot River to the east. The town of Boothbay is at the very center-left bottom.
The Maps-Un-Natural™ series could also be called Psychedelic Maps. These are an effort to create a visually stunning and interesting image, usually with a limited color palette. The coloration varies only with elevation and often brings out notable landscape features.
These posters are available on high-quality media (various papers and canvas) using archival inks, and print clearly up to about 34” x 23” (“Large” size). Fulfilled by Zazzle.com. There is a framing option on their website.