UNESCO designated this area in 2004 as the Georgian Bay Littoral (also called the Georgian Bay Biosphere Reserve). It is an area of 347,000 hectares (860,000 acres) that stretches 200 kilometres (120 mi) along the eastern coast from Port Severn to the French River.
Many of the Group of Seven landscape paintings feature the Georgian Bay Shoreline and the adjacent windswept islands with their distinctive trees and large boulders, characteristic features of the Canadian Shield.
These limited edition, Chromaluxe HD metal Georgian Bay prints, have exceptional image clarity and vibrancy. The brilliant resolution and durability results from a special heat press sublimation printing process. These metal prints come with a ready to display framed mounted back.