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2011 Holiday Print Sale

Art Prints

Holiday Print Sale – Our holiday print sale has started!  Now through December 6th receive a surprise discount on all print orders. This includes our new acrylic prints! Many new images from the White Mountains of New Hampshire have been added in preparation for this sale. 

Use discount code LYRXDT at checkout to receive a lowered discounted price than advertised. Click on any of the above images or Here to View All Available Prints.

Happy image making..


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Mount Washington New Hampshire

Mt Washington from Davis Path in the White Mountains, New Hampshire USA. Mt Washington is on left and is the highest peak in the Northeast.
Mt Washington – White Mountains, New Hampshire

Mount Washington State Park, New Hampshire – At a height of 6,288 feet, Mount Washington is the Northeast's highest peak, home to the worst weather in the world, and a winter climber’s paradise. The 60 acres, more or less, surrounding the summit cone is part of the Mount Washington State Park.

The most well known historical event in the White Mountains happened on April 12, 1934. On this day, a wind gust of 231 miles per hour was recorded on Mount Washington by the Mount Washington Observatory staff. It was the fastest wind gust ever recorded on the surface of the Earth, and it wasn’t until sixty-two years later, in 1996, that an unmanned instrument station in Barrow Island, Australia broke the record with a recording of 253 miles per hour during Tropical Cyclone Olivia.

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Eco-Friendly Prints On Display in Lincoln

This is another great product for the eco-conscious photographer to consider when producing prints to sell. Overall I really like the outcome and plan on using this system for future displays. Stop by the Lincoln library and check these White Mountains prints by ScenicNH Photography | Erin Paul Donovan.
Lincoln Woods Trail –  White Mountains, NH 

The above shot is one of five images that is currently on display at the Lincoln, New Hampshire library. The prints represent the White Mountains and will be on display for the next few months. 

For this display, I decided that it would be a good time to try a fairly new product that I have been interested in called the DuraPlaq. The DuraPlaq is an unique system in where the print and frame are all one piece. The back of the plaque is beveled out allowing for a number of different hanging systems. You can have a keyhole or wire hanger system added if that is your preference.

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