This beautiful peak jutting into Tumon Bay is visited by thousands every year but also has deeper meaning for the Chamorro people. According to legend, during the Spanish possession of Guam two lovers jumped from here as the woman's father had arranged for her to be married to a Spanish captain. The woman and her true love tied their hair together and jumped at sunset to the rocky sea below.
Nick's Commentary: "I loved studying the history of this place and bringing several hints of it into this piece. The breathtaking view, the couple on the cliff and warm sunset colors tied together this significance of this locale."
ABOUT THE PRINT
Print is sized at 12"x18" and is beautifully full color press printed on heavyweight smooth stock. Print is custom designed by artist Nick Kuchar and ships in a protected mailing tube via USPS mail.