Devil’s Tower Sunset


Devil’s Tower National Monument, 2008

Clouds rush by as the Sun sets on Devils Tower. The Lakota called the tower Mato Tipila, which means “Bear Tower”. American Indian folklore tells of some Sioux girls who were picking flowers when they were chased by bears. The Great Spirit raised the ground beneath the girls to create the tower. The bears tried to climb the tower, but were unable, leaving their scratch marks on the sides.


Jansen creates true chromogenic photographic prints (often referred to as ‘c-type’ prints). Light-sensitive photographic paper is imaged with a digital enlarger, and then processed in RA4 chemistry to produce a continuous tone archival image.

Print Sizes

Most prints are available in sizes 11×14 inches to 40×50 inches (panoramic print sizes vary, but are usually available in up to 50 inches wide).

Print Finishes

SuperGloss: a high-gloss finish that adds unparalleled richness and depth. Best displayed under direct lighting conditions.

Matte: features the same rich tonal range and saturation as the supergloss, but without glare. It is suitable to be displayed without glazing (glass or acrylic) and exhibits a soft and smooth texture.