You can get it all for 20% off or more at with my Cyber Monday and Beyond Holiday Sale. Shop my Etsy photography shop, 1000 Markets Art Photography shop, or my LJdesignphoto Fine Art Photography website.
In stock prints are marked as "SALE" items and are 30% off. The sale price is on the listing, so you just need to purchase them to receive the discount. These are in stock prints, so the discounts will last only as long as by back stock. Take 20% off the listed price all other prints. I will send you a refund via Paypal or Amazon Payments on these items. And if you order over $50 I will also refund your shipping cost.
It does not get much better then this. Route 66 and Red Corvettes for Him, perfect for his office, and lovely florals for Her. And landscapes fit into any room, a great gift for your whole family or a home warming.
Oh, and if you would like a larger print then you see listed, just let me know and I can make a listing just for you!
It's time to have a stress free and happy holiday season. Let me help you get there.
P.S. check out the Etsy FAM blog for more wonderful sales: http://fam-fabulousartisticmoms.blogspot.com/
and the plan for the coming weeks is to bring you the best small handmade gifts, great for any budget.
Sunday, November 29, 2009
Saturday, November 21, 2009
This abandoned house in southwestern Colorado was not by itself remarkable, but the early morning sun and looming storm gave it new life.
I see two ways of interpreting this image. My first instinct is that the storm is leaving and that the light is bring new hope and possibilities, but that might be based on my actual experience of being there, more then the photo. The second is of two forms of destruction. The house is abandoned and no longer cared for and the dark clouds of the storm just add to the feeling of loss of hope and love.
I'd love to know what you think. How it makes you feel?
more great quotes
Don't bother about being modern. Unfortunately it is the one thing that, whatever you do, you cannot avoid.
- Salvador Dali
Living is more a question of what one spends than what one makes.