Irondequoit Bay Topographic Map
As the last glacier receded about 12,000 years ago, Irondequoit Bay was formed when water from Lake Ontario spilled over New York. Today, it flows North into Lake Ontario and is a hub for boating, kayaking, paddle boarding, and windsurfing.
Our highly-accurate topographic maps are made by cutting out thin layers of either cherry or maple wood and then stacking them one on top of the other to reveal the true-to-life relief of the landscape. The finished wood is then mounted to a teal backer.
These maps are professionally framed using all acid free, archival quality materials in an 8″x10″ modern black frame with a warm white mat, keeping it preserved for years to come.
Because these maps are handmade out of thin layers of wood, the woodgrain will vary from one map to another and we encourage you to avoid hanging them in direct sunlight or potentially damp areas.
Glare Resistant UV Protective Glass: This ultra clear glass not only protects your map from harmful UV rays, but also greatly minimizes glare and reflection.
UV Protective Glass: The durable UV coating on this high-quality preservation glass protects your map from harmful UV rays.