Ingomar Carson Mansion Poster
Gary Todoroff is a local photographer who captures the beauty of Humboldt County from the air. This poster features the Carson Mansion, a national treasure. The Victorian is owned by a business club called the Ingomar Club. If it weren’t for a few business men in the 60’s, this world renowned landmark would have been torn down.
Text under title: Ingomar Club members restored and maintain the Mansion of William Carson, historic lumber baron of Eureka, Calif.
Text bottom right: Considered one of the most-photographed houses in the country, the Carson Mansion attracts tourists to the corner of Second and M Streets in Old Town Eureka. Aerial photograph taken twenty minutes after the sun set and the Christmas lights were turned on. Canon 5d MarkII DSLR with Leica Vario-Elmarit 70-180 f/2.8 lens and KS-6 gyro stabilizer
Watermark is for web-site display only and is not in the full-sized poster.
Full size of the photograph with white borders is 24x32 inches, with the actual image trimmable to a standard 20x30" poster size.