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Dahlia Wood Print featuring the photograph Dahlias of the Yukon by Claudia Abbott

Frame

Top Mat

Top Mat

Bottom Mat

Bottom Mat

Dimensions

Image:

10.00" x 7.00"

Overall:

10.00" x 7.00"

 

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Dahlias of the Yukon Wood Print

Claudia Abbott

by Claudia Abbott

Small Image

$61.00

Product Details

Dahlias of the Yukon wood print by Claudia Abbott.   Bring your artwork to life with the texture and added depth of a wood print. Your image gets printed directly onto a sheet of 3/4" thick maple wood. There are D-clips on the back of the print for mounting it to your wall using mounting hooks and nails (included).

Design Details

We were on the Alaska Highway in the Yukon, it was getting dark so we stopped at an RV park. The next morning I found that we were surrounded in... more

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Dahlias of the Yukon Photograph by Claudia Abbott

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Dahlias Of The Yukon Art Print

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Dahlias Of The Yukon Poster

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Dahlias Of The Yukon Metal Print

Metal Print

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Dahlias Of The Yukon Wood Print

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Dahlias Of The Yukon Greeting Card

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Comments (2)

Lynn Marie Sharp

Lynn Marie Sharp

Beautiful! L/F

Lyman Loveland

Lyman Loveland

Many beautiful photos in your collection.

Artist's Description

We were on the Alaska Highway in the Yukon, it was getting dark so we stopped at an RV park. The next morning I found that we were surrounded in Dahlias. Flowers grow with a vengeance in Alaska. They seem to know that their time is short.

About Claudia Abbott

Claudia Abbott

Over the years I have had many things that held my interest long enough to buy all the equipment and supplies and get pretty good at it then I would lose interest. Photography is always changing. I never get tired of looking for a different light or the perfect angle. Most of the time I'm in a place where nobody knows me so it's not too embarrassing to lie in the mud to get the right reflection. My husband says that I lose all common sense when I have a camera in my hands. Well, he found me clinging on to a crooked fence post hanging over the North Sea in Scotland to photograph a sea stack. I'm making an effort to avoid those situations. We're now traveling in our RV about six months of the year photographing America and...

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