Prints and Wall Art: Dahlia

This dahlia photograph is still one of my all time favorite images I've created! Wandering through that dahlia garden was when I realized that dahlias had become my second favorite type of flower.

Let this dahlia bring color into your space with by displaying it somewhere that needs a dose of cheerfulness. It is available in a variety of sized prints, canvases and metal prints, or as a digital download if you have a print shop that you prefer to use!

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Prints and Wall Art: Lion Rock at Arcadia Beach

When you're wandering along the Oregon coast you never know quite what you'll see! The beach could be covered in fog, storming, blanketed in thick clouds or bathing in warm golden sunlight like it was this day!

I loved the soothing blues tones through the landscape with a hint of gold highlighting the haze along the horizon.

This wall art is perfect if you live far away from the sea, or want to feel like you're walking on the beach whenever you see it! 

Prints, wall art and digital downloads are available in the shop! 

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If you'd prefer to print it yourself here is the link to the digital download!

Prints and Wall Art: Green Leaves

I kind of have a black thumb, so this January I challenged myself to keep a plant alive for a year, then bought three to help the odds. I'm proud to report that all three plants are still alive. If you're someone who has a black thumb and wants some greenery in your house then this leaf photograph might be just the solution, as it requires absolutely no watering or care!

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If you'd prefer to print it yourself here is the link to the digital download!

Fantastic Trees and Where to Find Them: Norsk Folkemuseum, Oslo Norway

Most of the fantastic trees that I share are ones from wilderness, or at least from a large park such as an arboretum. These five trees caught my eye with how they are lined up so well in the courtyard. They are perfectly sized to frame the park benches below and the color of the trees compliments both the buildings and the ivy climbing up the walls.

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These fantastic trees can be found at the Folk Museum (Norsk Folkemuseum) in Oslo, Norway.