There’s snow business

There’s no business like snow business like no business I know
Everything about it is appealing …

This year, for the first time in nearly a decade, we had a heavy snow in St Monans. The snow lay round about, deep and crisp and even. So I have a whole new batch of photos of St Monans covered in a blanket of the powdery frozen white stuff.

Here are a dozen photos from 2018 that I am making available as A4 prints and A6 cards.

As noted on previous posts, the web address is only added to online graphics and is not present on cards or prints,

( P.S. … apologies to Irving Berlin )

Pricing:

  • Cards are £1 each, or with another three designs (see below), as a set of 15 printed cards for £10.
  • Bulk orders of the same design are available on request.
  • Images are also available as high quality glossy prints mounted on cards (£2 each or three for £5):
    and as mounted prints (9″x6″ print in A4 mount, £10; A4 print in A3 mount, £15)

The three additional designs from previous years are:

  

 

St Monans Arts Festival

My kitchen will once again become a gallery for the local Community Arts Festival on Saturday 8th and Sunday 9th September – so please drop in to check out my photographs and images. In addition to the new cards and prints that were prepared for the East Neuk Open Studios in July, there will be quite a few new wildlife and landscape designs available – I’ll post more info soon.

For more about the Arts Festival, visit the local St Monans website and its Facebook page.

The Spring Collection …

It looks like winter is finally behind us, so while the prints of St Monans in the snow and cute robins are still available, I’m busy lining up new prints that reflect the change of season, including wildlife such as seabirds and squirrels, and landscapes with great skies, sunrises and sunsets.

I’ll be adding them as a series of pages, each displaying a slideshow of images that are available at a particular size or aspect ratio.

I’m starting off with prints designed to fit A4 frames, a page each for landscape and portrait, and these will be followed by pages for panoramic images, square images, and so on.

First up is A4 Landscape. I’ll be adding more images to this and the other pages as time goes on, so be sure to check back periodically for the expanded range as it becomes available.

To whet your appetite, here is a photo of a cormorant, drying out near to the East Pier, St Monans:

Note that the imagenic website address is only there as a watermark for the online preview, not on prints as sold (they may have a very discrete signature, but that’s all).