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February 14, 2020  •  6 Comments

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Sometimes I really despise marketing. And then I realize you have to go out there and do it. Today is one of those days.

So, here is my marketing.

I'm going to start giving away a few prints or coffee cups or maybe a tote bag to one lucky person a month. And I'm going to do it like.

I post an image and a blog. And you comment on the blog/image.

I will give it a week to gather comments.

Then I will ask a friend who has no connection to my blog to give me a number between 1 and say, however many comments I have on the image.

That person with that number, wins the image.

Its pretty simple.

You can share the blog (I encourage you to). You can comment. You can tell your friends (I hope you do).

I am actually looking forward to seeing who wants an image. What they do with it. And how far I can reach out

to people with my work.

So here we go.

Image and comments.


Margaret McCarthy(non-registered)
Cynthia, I just found your site today - 3-30-2020 - I am entranced with your images - particularly the flower series and their incredible richness. And I love the ephemeral quality of this image.

Your artist statement and its discussion of spirit really hit home - as a photographer who loves landscape, a particular concern of my work is trying to convey the genius loci or spirit of place of a place..

I also have to tell you how impressed I am with your site and how it's organized - your shopping page is brilliant.

There is so much more I could write - I am in NYC and every day here feels like a roller coaster - so I wanted to write a quick comment and connect while I had a few moments to email. I will write again with more comments and questions - I hope we can stay in touch about our projects! Stay safe and well!
Dale Kakkak(non-registered)
I like the blueish, grayish, purplish tint time this amazing shot.
Love the creamy color. The texture that shows thur
Teresa Askew(non-registered)
Quite a peaceful print. Reminds me of my grandma for some reason.

I have always loved your works.
Kelly Hotchkiss(non-registered)
An angel spread her wings to whisper/sing "You'd better hurry, it's so much better in purgatory".
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