Pocket-sized art with more uses than you can wave a Bic at. Birthdays, thanks yous, Valentines or even Wednesdays, there’s always an occasion for a stunning card. From promotional weapon to distant friend-contactor, our cards are more versatile than Optimus Prime.
Cards are designed to suit the most common image ratio of 3:2, but any image size can be printed—we just leave a white border.
Strands of a white peacock feather entangle a water drop falling from a lilac blossom. Photo taken April, 2014 in Lane County, Oregon, USA.
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Such elements… positively elemental, actually. Great timing, grand image, Comet.
Many thanks, Sheila! The lilacs are the first flowers I’ve worked with this spring. Our tulips and alium fizzled because of snow and ice. Soon the rose garden will start to produce. Have you seen my website at www.kennethhaley.zenfolio.com? Will keep adding work there.
– Kenneth Haley
Very nice work
Hey! Your website is excellent; great variety, but that comes as no surprise…. The sad tale of the young gray squirrel is compelling. Don’t know if you ever saw this one. As the title implies, it did end happily, though it IS possible to have Too Many Red Squirrels. Anyway, I’ve bookmarked you for future reference!
And furthermore, here’s my version of Young Gray Squirrel In Transit. This one also has a happy ending (but mom squirrels definitely know what they’re doing), & this youngster is still around, though his mother, Brownie, died a few weeks after this picture was taken.
Those are great squirrel shots! I have a family making a living out of the bird feeders in my backyard camera zone. Two are youngsters, cheeky dudes who tease the neighborhood cats to distraction, though our two don’t spend a lot of energy on them. I’m watching one of them right now getting ready to invade the feeders, but I haven’t re-stocked them since yesterday’s invasion. Besides, they also get their own stash of peanuts as an appeasement. Now the little dude is looking into my back window, on hind legs, hands crossed, asking if I got nuts. Oh, yeah, kid, in a minute, in a minute!