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Frida Kahlo Print, roses, pretty, portrait

Fine Frida various sizes Watermark will not appear on your print. PRINT of original painting by Maren Devine. Allowed about 7-10 days for the larger prints. White border on all sides. Beautiful color and quality print. Canvas print has 1 3/8 sides that are same pink as flowers, hangers in back and beautifully finished out. Frida Kahlo in a stylized version, original painting had a lot of texture, so that feel shows up in prints. Questions, just ask!! Original art becomes property…

"To be empowered—to be free, to be unlimited, to be creative, to be genius, to be divine—that is who you are…. Once you feel this way, memorize this feeling; remember this feeling. This is who you really are…." ~ Dr. Joe Dispenza Author of You are the Placebo

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Poor- This is a poor example of food photography because the bag is a similar color to the background. The edge of the bag and the background almost blend into one.

Manual Exposure Cheatsheet -  Master manual photography with your digital SLR. We figured it was only appropriate for our first post to give something back. This exposure cheatsheet covers the basics of mastering manual exposure with a SLR camera.  If you find it useful please drop a line in the comments we would love to hear your feedback! [manual photography cheat sheet]

What is there to struggle against? Nobody can put the stars back together again. — Henry Miller quotes Patchen in “Patchen: Man of Anger and Light,”

Bryce Canyon is certainly worth the side trip if you are visiting Utah. About 3.5 hours drive from Salt Lake City, the drive is beautiful. Once in the park, plan on driving to the end,Rainbow Point, for a picnic lunch and work your way back while stopping to take in the view at various points.