Black Sage Dawn

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Size:
$32.40
John Poon

Penticton, Canada

Sizing Information

Small 23.2" x 14.2"
Medium 33.1" x 20.2"
Large 46.9" x 28.7"
Note: Includes a 3/16" white border

Features

  • Printed on 185gsm semi gloss poster paper
  • Custom cut to three maximum sizes – A2, A1 & A0
  • 5mm white border to assist in framing
  • Tack them to your bedroom door, or frame

Product Reviews

Artist's Description

Time stands still – Oliver, BC., Canada

This is Sue Nichol’s most gorgeous translation of Black Sage Dawn for Sojie 12
The Return of Val Haynes

Challenge Winner
2011’s GRAND AVATAR (voucher) – Beautiful BC
Beautiful BC – LANDMARKS & HISTORICAL SITES
My Life is in RUINS in Preserving History
Landscapes in Pacific Northwest Photography & Art
Reflections in Art and Collectables Sales
Country Life in Pacific Northwest
A Love of Vintage in PEACE, LOVE & TRANQUILITY
In The Distance in BARNS & Old Grist Mills and Covered Bridges
If These Walls Could Talk in ShuTTerBugS
Abandoned – Two in Featured For A Challenge
Abandoned Buildings or Houses in The Power of Photography
BARNS & COTTAGES IN THE WILDERNESS in Artists Universe
Abandoned Places in Weekly Theme Challenges
Neglected in CHALLENGE ACCEPTED

Featured In Solo Exhibition, Pure Canadiana Forever Featured, Live Love Dream, Barns & Old Grist Mills, Canadiana, Along The Rural Road, Moody & Evocative, BEAUTIFUL BC, The Greatest View in The World, Feel Don’t Copy, Featured for a Challenge, Atmospheric Land and Seascape, 1 Theme – 4 Challenges, CHALLENGE ACCEPTED, Through the eye of the Lens, THE GROUP, Weekly Theme Challenge, Rain Drops and Water Art
Al’s Choice of Pure Canadiana Photo of the Week Apr/05/2011
Explore Photography/Digital Art Apr/06/2011

I’ve spent 2 days at this location trying to capture the different moods from dawn to dusk, and I think I have managed to grab a couple of nice shots. I hope you enjoy these images as much as I did with my time at this beautiful place :)

The Black Sage Rd., running from Oliver to Osoyoos, BC, Canada, is a desert scenic beauty. It is also a favorite spot for many wine lovers since this is where many vineyards are located. I would have to spend a few days along this drive again when the grapes are in and during harvest.

The ruins of a house and barn dates back to the time when cattle ranching was king in this area. The buildings belonged to Val Haynes, son of the colourful Judge John Haynes who was a law-and-order peace officer, the first customs official at the Osoyoos border crossing, and a cattle baron. This is now a protected historical site.

Weekly Theme Challenge
Al’s Choice of Pure Canadiana Photo of the Week Apr/05/2011
Explore Photography/Digital Art Apr/06/2011

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