Cyanotypes are a unique and historic photographic technique involving two chemicals that react with sunlight to create a beautiful blue color. This process was developed in 1842 and was one of the first forms of photography. It was even used by Anna Atkins, an early female photographer, to create a series of books documenting ferns and seaweed. My 11 x 30 artwork, inspired by Japanese Crolle, is a simple and elegant way to bring a touch of nature into your home. The long, slender piece is the perfect way to add a touch of beauty and inspiration to your space.