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by Debra and Dave Vanderlaan
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Reflections and Boats at the Harbor in Black and White ... more
5 - 7 business days
Round Beach Towel
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Reflections and Boats at the Harbor in Black and White by Debra and Dave Vanderlaan ... The harbor at sunset, presented in a fine art textured style. Sailboats rest on the placid lake, moored at the docks along the shoreline of Muskegon Lake in western Michigan. A beautiful assortment of sailboats, masts reaching to the clouds overhead, reflections glowing in the clear cool water of the bay, at rest for the evening, awaiting another day for fishing and cruising the inlets... Please see our big collection of fine art photography and digital art captured and created from images all over the world! www.CelebrateLifeGallery.com
"After 30 years in the floral and plant nursery business, Debra and Dave Vanderlaan sold both businesses and turned their life-long photography hobby into full-time obsession. The Vanderlaans are both award-winning photographers and well-known both domestically and internationally. Many of their images showcase the tropical landscapes of South Florida and the mountain vistas of the Smoky Mountains and many gorgeous scenes around the world. Their motto is Celebrate Life and that seemed a natural name for their gallery. Their images have been displayed in the Smithsonian Museum in Washington, DC, at the North Carolina Museum of Art, Turchin Art Center in Boone NC, the Palm Beach Photography Museum, the Art Center in Blue Ridge, Georgia,...
Debra and Dave Vanderlaan
Jan, thanks for your Feature in our group Creative Black and White! Celebrate life, Debra and Dave