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A map is a story. The story of a successful summit, of that family vacation, of your home state. It is the story of a landscape filled with memories and adventures.
When we create a Ramble map, our goal is to show the beauty of the landscape as best we can. We want you to see the hills, valleys, rivers, and transitions between ecosystems. Each map shows something unique. Each area has something surprising, even to those who know it well.
This map is a 2-dimensional print that is ready to hang right out of the box on a backing that will float it off the wall, giving it a nice shadow like in our pictures.
This elevation map of Mars is a composite of elevation data and orbital photography. It shows the martian surface across all longitudes from approximately 60-degrees north to 65-degrees south.
Our map shows the largest mountain in the solar system, Olympus Mons on the left of the map. It is one of a cluster of four large volcanoes on the Tharsis Plateua. Further south the Mariner Valley (Valles Marineris) can be seen. It's walls are up to 4 miles deep and it's length is only surpassed by the Rift Valleys of East Africa.
Each map is made to order in the USA and will arrive in 1 to 2 weeks.
This option maximizes contrast and detail, resulting in a stunning image that catches the light as you move around it.
The map is printed on metallic photographic paper and then 1/4" of acrylic glass is mounted to the front of it. It is our highest quality option.
The wood mounted map has a rustic, understated, and classy feel to it.
This option looks great in the widest range of lighting setups. It feels the most natural and physical of all of the options. The wood mounted map has a matte finish, so it reflects less light than the other options.
The aluminum map looks sleek, smooth, and modern. It has a high-gloss surface, which gives it deep colors, high contrast, and vibrancy. Under good lighting, this map is truly eye-catching.
This option is light weight and has a lower price than acrylic, at a slightly lower resolution.