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Thursday, 19 February 2004

Pix Of The Day: Water Landscapes Of Blue & Gold
CREDIT: © George MacArthur Henke/Art-Exchange.com
WHERE: Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA. WHAT: fine-art photos of worldwide subjects.
Thumbnail clicks pop-up source pages with larger images.

Leading the Way © George MacArthur HenkeTioga Lake, Yosemite © George MacArthur HenkeBeaver Pond, Denali © George MacArthur HenkeSunrise, Camden Harbor © George MacArthur Henke
The work of Santa Fe based photographer George MacArthur Henke has been featured here on a previous occasion, when we reported on the process of having some original film images turned into fine-art prints. The final step has now been taken in process of bringing the work before a wider audience: George now offers twenty two prints across four [1] [2] [3] [4] sections on the Art-Exchange.com web site.

As it turned out, our choices for today's thumbnail strip have a watery theme. The locations are disparate, however: we think the golden light pictures may both show Camden Harbor, Maine, the center left lake is in Yosemite, and the center right pond is in Alaska. Other featured locations are as far apart as George's Santa Fe home base and New Zealand. Prices for 13x19 inches giclée prints, on archival paper, are $300 with larger sizes available 16"x24" for $400, and 20"x30" for $625. In addition to stunning landscapes, another specialization of George's is garden photography, but you will see that for yourself when you visit.

Are we missing something here? The gallery software seems to demand clicking backwards and forwards from index pages to display pages for any progress to be made. Display versions of our featured pictures may be reached, as usual, by clicking on the thumbnails. Below, we provide direct links to all the display pages:

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