Helpful articles to improve your own nature and landscape photography explorations. You will also see stunning landscape and nature photographs created by award winning landscape and nature photographer Melissa Fague.
We’ve selected our winner for the month of November and they have been contacted. We want to thank everyone who entered the contest this past month and to let you know that our December wall art raffle contest has begun….I can not believe the year is almost over.
This month we will be giving away to 1 lucky person one of my favorite black and White landscape photos…. “Endless Fence”. The print is an 8″ x 10″ photo print with a soft luster coating framed in a solid black wood frame and white mat board to accentuate the beautiful tones of the photograph.
You could win a beautiful 8” x 10” matted and framed photo of your choice. That’s right! Would you like to know how?
We will gladly share; simply follow us, favorite the art that speaks to you and / or share that art. It’s that simple. Each item you do these actions with on our Etsy page grants you additional entries into the contest. Here are the levels of entries for each action:
There is no limit to the entries; the more you spread the word about our beautiful shop reopening the better your chances are of winning. The winner will be chosen at midnight EST on May 31st and will be notified through messenger on Etsy. We truly appreciate you and your time. Have a beautiful day! PIPA Fine Art on Etsy
ENTER TO WINFramed and matted 8″x10″ coastal landscape photo print “Low Tide Ravine”. Low Tide Ravine is a subtle landscape photograph of rising sun at low tide with a small ravine of water running down the slightly sloped beach into the ocean. This photograph was created on the banks of Woodland Beach located in Southern Delaware. Image is matted and framed, frame and mat size 11″ x 14″
Leading Me Into The Light is a high contrast colorized landscape photograph of the historic Brandywine Train tracks that once carried thousands of people to the Brandywine Spring Resort every year. Today, the Western Railroad Stream train uses the tracks for tours.