My lovely and loyal readers,
As you know, I’ve been sharing more of my photography knowledge with you lately. Today I want to offer something new, only to readers of Andy’s Travel Blog: the chance to buy some prints at a discounted rate. This will help support ATB and get you some really nice pictures for display in your home or office! Now, on to the pictures…
I’m offering two pictures for sale, some of my favorites from my recent New York City trip. This will be a limited, signed run of prints, so be sure to place your order as soon as you can!
I loved the serene setting of Gapstow Bridge in Central Park. It’s one of the few places where you can position yourself and/or your camera well enough to avoid the buildings of Manhattan, adding to the idea of Central Park as an oasis of peace in the middle of the busiest city in the world.
I’m offering 10 of these, in an 8×10 print, for $35 apiece.
Everyone knows the Flatiron Building. Originally everyone thought it would fall over in a stiff breeze, but it stands tall today. This is a two-picture panorama to capture the entirely of this iconic building.
I’m offering 10 of these, in a 10×15 print, for $50 apiece.
And one more thing…
Channeling my inner Apple presentation on this one I guess. One more, not from New York City, but from a place on everyone’s bucket list. The trip report is in the works, and it’s a doozy:
This one is really special to me. I loved Machu Picchu, but odds are you’ve seen a picture similar to this before. What I really love about this specific picture are the people in the far right corner of the picture. It adds a human touch to such an ancient place.
I’m only offering three of these, in large 12×24 prints, for $250 apiece.
All of these images were personally taken by me and will be printed on beautiful Lustre photo paper and shipped directly to you (international shipping extra).
If you’re interested, please fill out the form below and I’ll be in touch to complete the transaction and get shipping information for you. Regardless of whether or not you’d like to purchase a print, enjoy the pictures and thanks (as always) for reading Andy’s Travel Blog!