Redbubble posters are a lot like space travel.
In that they're completely brilliant, however unlike space travel they're quite sensibly priced.
They are a handy way to make very dull walls, ceilings and spaceships look infinitely better.
Tack them to your bedroom door, or frame one above the mantlepiece.
They're adaptable, efficient and bold and really it's amazing you've managed to go so long without picking one up.
They are printed on 185gsm semi gloss poster paper and custom cut to three
maximum sizes – A2, A1 & A0. This includes a 5mm white border
to assist in framing.
Pink tulips field, between two rain storms. Skagit Valley, Washington, United States.
Nikon D800, ISO 400, 1/400 seconds, f/11 @ 16mm.
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I am a passionate photographer, based in the Seattle area. The beautiful Pacific Northwest landscape is my main source of inspiration.
How beauuuuutiful this is, Dan!!!! Fantastic color and composition!!! :)))
You are very kind Laurie, thank you!
– Dan Mihai
Dan, Outstanding composition.Bob
Glad you enjoyed that Bob, thanks!
Wow. Gorgeous photo.
Thanks Marie, I appreciate that!
Wow! Breathtaking scene beautifully captured!!!!
Thank you very much Angie!
WOW so much pink. Love the image and the colours and hues. Susan
Happy to hear that you liked this image Susan! Thank you!
Thanks for the thoughtful comment John!
Outrageously gorgeous! Love those pink tulips! Splendid!
Thanks Karen! Your comment made my day!
The foreground is just awesome Dan! and beautifully composed!
Glad you liked it Felix! Thank you!
This is so beautiful. I have never been to a place that has fields of tulips. Amazing.
Thanks Lori! Second half of April is usually a good time to visit these blooming fields in the Skagit Valley.