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Photo of the Week

Our featured "Photo of the Week" for this week is this classic and amazing photograph of a white pelican against a rocky background.  Achieving a photograph like this of a live animal is always a challenge which requires a great deal of patience and luck in timing your shutter.  This photograph was absolutely no exception to that.

Announcing the Winner of Our Landscape Photo

Cramer Imaging hosted a contest to giveaway a free copy of our landscape photo of Upper Mesa Falls.  This contest ran from September 15th, 2014 to October 15th, 2014.  Entries required liking our Facebook page, following us on Twitter, and signing up for our newsletter.

We are pleased to announce the winner of our free landscape photograph giveaway:

Mouth-Watering Autumn Fruit Photos

The days are growing shorter and the leaves are starting to change their color.  It is time for the fall fruit to ripen.  Around Southeastern Idaho, there are some favorites of seasonal fruit which are reaching their peak flavor right about now.  These include apples, pears, and plums.  The trees are full of these kinds of fruits and they are ready to be enjoyed by the first hungry to get a hold of them.

Photo of the Week

Cramer Imaging is featuring this lovely and amazing fine art photograph as our "Photo of the Week" for this week.  I get asked many times what exactly this is a picture of.  It honestly puzzles me that it isn't immediately obvious to people.  Top guesses include a wing, a comet, and a feather.  Can you guess what it is?  Keep reading to find out for sure.

Dazzling Late Summer Roses

Summer has many attractions.  Somewhere on the list, for many people, is the chance to enjoy the delicate beauty of roses blooming.  Their large and fragrant blooms are a popular favorite for flower gardens everywhere.  There is just something hypnotizing about the smell and the multiple layers of petals which captivates the hearts of lovers and artists everywhere.  Cramer Imaging found some lovely fresh blooms just begging to be photographed and we just had to pull out the camera.