Till the End Wallpaper
IMPORTANT: make sure to order enough panels to cover your wall or surface (size options below). Our peel and stick Wallpaper is easy to apply and take off, leaving no adhesive residue. Featuring sharp, vibrant images, Wallpaper patterns are ideal for accent walls, flat surfaces and temporary installations (like parties!). Available in three floor-to-ceiling sizes.
- Panel size options in feet: 2’ (W) x 4’ (H), 2’ x 8’, 2’ x 10’
- Printed on self-adhesive woven polyester fabric panels, easy to stick on and off
- Repeating patterns on each panel
- Matte finish and texture
- Features vibrant, water-based, non-toxic inks
Tips for Installing Your Wallpaper
- Here’s what you’ll need beforehand (not included with your purchase): tape measure, smoothing tool, razor or utility blade, stepladder and a partner.
- Read the instructions. We include a detailed, step-by-step guide in your packaging tube. Make sure to follow the instructions so your pattern looks perfect - with minimal air pockets and seamless alignment.
- Watch the video: we’ve made a handy visual guide for you too - just in case you lose your instructions or want to see exactly how each step works.
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About this artwork
A beautiful back lit leaf that seems to be holding on till the very end of the Autumn season. I have used a texture and effects to give the photo the look of a painting. A green leaf is green because of the presence of a pigment known as chlorophyll, which is inside an organelle called a chloroplast. When they are abundant in the leaf's cells, as they are during the growing season, the chlorophylls' green color dominates and masks out the colors of any other pigments that may be present in the leaf. Thus the leaves of summer are characteristically green. Chlorophyll has a vital function: that of capturing solar rays and utilizing the resulting energy in the manufacture of the plant's food — simple sugars which are produced from water and carbon dioxide. These sugars are the basis of the plant's nourishment — the sole source of the carbohydrates needed for growth and development. In their food-manufacturing process, the chlorophylls themselves break down and thus are being continually "used up". During the growing season, however, the plant replenishes the chlorophyll so that the supply remains high and the leaves stay green.
In late summer, as daylight hours shorten and temperatures cool, the veins that carry fluids into and out of the leaf are gradually closed off as a layer of special cork cells forms at the base of each leaf. As this cork layer develops, water and mineral intake into the leaf is reduced, slowly at first, and then more rapidly. It is during this time that the chlorophyll begins to decrease.
Often the veins will still be green after the tissues between them have almost completely changed color.
Till the End; lone leaf; hanging on; texture; painting; digital painting; nature; maple; forest; foliage; one; orange; yellow; tree; seasonal; plant; fall; single; autumn; botany; close-up; bright; detail; leaf; season; object; flora; design; dry; decor; closeup; fade; autum; autumnal; isolated; withered; yellowed; vivid; brown; nobody; stem; speck; colorful; ragged; light; color; november; october; last; colourful; floral; form; golden; close; sunlight; alone; sunny; textured; branch; organic; outdoors; pattern; environment,
©The PhotoGuy Photography By Darren