Saturday, April 22, 2017

eBay Photo Gallery

Currently my photography is available on eBay at reasonable prices. Below they are all 8 1/2 x 10 inch Fine Art Prints available in a 11 x 14 inch Double Mats. Starting bid is $23 with a Buy It Now Price of $35.

The Meteor by Thom Zehrfeld

This is a old flatbed truck. It has seen better days
. It sits on a farm in Oregon. Most of it is rusted out, cracked and ready to bite the dust. However, there is a charm about it that can't be duplicated...that charm being an era that will never be again! It is a brand called "Meteor"! Mercury produced a "Meteor" but it sure doesn't look like this! This capture was made using three different exposures and combining the results into a High Dynamic Range Photograph (HDR). Each print is encased in a heavy double mat with a protective sleeve. Link is: Meteor

Coquille River Lighthouse by Thom Zehrfeld

The original name of the Coquille River Lighthouse in Bandon, Oregon was the Bandon Light" and  commissioned in 1895.
The lighthouse became active in 1896. The light helped boaters avoid dangerous sandbars in the Coquille River and led them safely into the harbor at Bandon. The light contained a fourth-order Fresnel lens. In 1936, a large fire swept through Bandon and destroyed much of the town. Bandon became bankrupt. There was a decline in shipping and, the lighthouse was shut down. It was replaced by an automated light on the south jetty. So basically, the Coquille River Lighthouse has not been an active lighthouse for decades! However, that doesn't mean it never gets visited or photographed. The setting is magnificent!  The Coquille River Lighthouse is located in Bandon, Oregon! This capture was made using three different exposures and combining the results into a High Dynamic Range Photograph (HDR). Each print is encased in a heavy double mat with a protective sleeve. Link is: Coquille River Lighthouse
Japanese Maple by Thom Zehrfeld
 
The Japanese Gardens in Portland, Oregon is one of the most authentic Japanese-style gardens outside of Japan.  The Gardens that comprise some five and half acres signify what a garden was meant to evoke in pre-modern Japan.This image displayed here is one of the most photographed Japanese Maples in the world and, one of the most beautiful trees in the world! It was captured late Fall on a very rainy, overcast day in the Japanese Gardens. It is a magnificent place to visit should you ever decide to come to Portland, Oregon (PDX). This capture was made using three different exposures and combining the results into a High Dynamic Range Photograph (HDR). Each print is encased in a heavy double mat with a protective sleeve.Link is: Japanese Maple At The Japaneses Gardens

Humpty Dumpty Hot Air Balloon by Thom Zehrfeld

The Humpty Dumpty Hot Air Balloon
was photographed at an annual hot air balloon festival in Tigard, Oregon. A gala three day event in late spring. Kids, adults just love to watch and ride in the colorful hot air balloons. The balloon is directly overhead and appears to be coming straight down on you! This capture was made using three different exposures and combining the results into a High Dynamic Range Photograph (HDR). Each print is encased in a heavy double mat with a protective sleeve.Link is: Humpty Dumpty Hot Air Balloon

The Pagoda by Thom Zehrfeld

This is the Pagoda at the Japanese Gardens in Portland, Oregon.
One of the most authentic and largest Japanese gardens outside of Japan! The Pagoda is not far from the entrance to the Gardens. It actually covers up an ugly fire hydrant since the City of Portland insists that they have them in case of an emergency...which makes a lot of sense in case of a fire. The cover up is an excellent idea since a hydrant just sitting out in those beautiful gardens would be a distraction. This capture was made using three different exposures and combining the results into a High Dynamic Range Photograph (HDR). Each print is encased in a heavy double mat with a protective sleeve. Link is: The Pagoda

1938 Ford Convertible by Thom Zehrfeld

A classic 1938 Ford Convertible! 
A patriotic scene...not staged with the American Flag, proudly displayed on this old vintage car. Closer inspection of the Ford will yield a car for parts and not one that has been restored. The car has been sitting in a field for awhile with the top down and, in a rainy location that is not good!  This capture was made using three different exposures and combining the results into a High Dynamic Range Photograph (HDR).Link is: 1938 Ford


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