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Photo of the Week 132

Friday has arrived once again.  It's almost the weekend and it's almost a break from work.  Perhaps it's time for you to take a quick productivity break and check out something enjoyable for a minute or two.  Try checking out Cramer Imaging's featured "Photo of the Week."  Your boss approves.
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I'm On Thin Ice

I'm standing on an edge ready to give way underneath me.  I should be out there but I feel I have to be.  There's just no other way to get what I want to other than being out there too far.  Safety is just a few steps away but I won't do it.  I hear the calls to return to that safe zone but I pay them no heed.  After all, no risk, no reward.
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How to Care for Your Fine Art Giclée Print Part 2-Protection From Direct Sunlight

Last week, we talked about  how to protect your beautiful fine art from the dangers of acid in the products you house it in.  This week, we're continuing in that vein and talking about another danger which your fine art faces on a daily basis.  This danger, while just as subtle as acid, it the damage of direct sunlight.
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Photo of the Week 131

It's time once again to take a quick break from your stressful work or home life.  It's Friday morning.  That means that we have something special for all of you today.  We've got our featured "Photo of the Week" for your enjoyment.  This week, we've chosen this landscape photograph of a tree on a desolate plain.  Don't worry, we've got the story for you too.
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Fiery and Frosty Teton Mountains

It's been a really long winter.  There's been a ton more snow than usual.  This has hampered my photographic efforts so quickly this year.  Well, the snow is melting off thanks to a thaw.  The roads are clearing and becoming safe again.  It's time for me to dust off the camera and get back to work while there's still some snow to photograph.  Here's the first from this year.