May Promotion: Tabletop Reef

My May print promotion offer is this image from my “Chromasea” gallery, made in February 2012. It shows Tabletop Reef at South Cardiff State Beach/Seaside State Beach during low tide.

The weather was kind and provided some nice clouds as a backdrop, and the 10-second long exposure rendered the water nice and smooth, to contrast with the sharp and twisted edges of the reef.

Color fine art photo of Tabletop Reef at Cardiff State Beach, San Diego, California, USA.
Tabletop Reef — Cardiff State Beach, San Diego, California, USA.
Click on the image to directly go to the promo sales page on Fine Art America.

You can buy a big 36×24″ stretched canvas print of this image for only $125* (plus shipping, and tax where applicable). It’s ready to hang! As usual, this offer is limited, to only two prints at this price, and the promotion ends Tuesday, May 20th at midnight, or as soon as the two offered prints are sold.

Please have a look, and consider decorating your home or office with my art. You won’t find the image at this price again. If you have any questions feel free to contact me. Thanks!

*) The regular price for a canvas print of this photo at that size and quality is $300. The reduced promotion price is only possible because Fine Art America (through which I’m offering this promotion) is offering this canvas size at a reduced price only for promotions.

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