Most of my photos are available to purchase. There are two ways to do this. You can contact me and let me know which photo you are interested. I will have it printed and/or mounted locally. In this case I will be able to inspect it before it goes out, work with the printer and you will receive a signed copy.
The other way to purchase is through my online store. In case you didn’t notice, I started adding a “Prints Available” clickable link at the bottom of some photos. If you click this link it takes you to that photo in my online store where you can purchase it. The online store offers a variety of products, including art prints on various materials, greeting cards and puzzles.
I am ending my campaign to raise money through calendar sales, though you can still purchase one. As promised all proceeds from sales were donated to an environmental group. I raised $288 and split it between two groups. $200 went to The Nature Conservancy. I liked that they were matching donations, so $200 became a $400 donation. I donated $88 to the World Wildlife Fund. Among other things, I like that they offer materials and programs to help educate youth about how to take care of the environment.
THANK YOU to everyone who purchased a calendar! And if you still want one, click here.
Here are a few photos from November/December this year.
To see more from this gallery, click here.
2 thoughts on “Prints Available”
I think your Butternut Oak and Oak Hill might be “my tree”, at Lake Henshaw. It’s a Cottonwood, not an oak (I made that mistake at first too). I photographed it many times over the years. https://www.alex-kunz.com/portfolio/cottonwood-tree-lake-henshaw/
I heard about your tree, maybe from the day we went out with Joe. When I saw this tree on my recent trip, I thought this might be the the one. It really jumped out at me this time. I’ll have to change the names now that I know they are cottonwoods. Hmmm… BTW – You have inspired me by your ability to find interesting scenes all over our local area, compared with having to travel longer distances. I give a “shout out” to you in my next blog for this. Thank you.