Native Prairie Sunrise

Ray Mathis

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#1520 of 1887

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East Brunswick, NJ - United States

Congrats on your Sale! Great Work!

Ray Mathis replied:

Tanks Debra. It was a pretty buggy experience

Milwaukee, WI - United States

beautiful. congrats. v/f

Ray Mathis replied:

thanks David.

Hebron, Ky - United States

Congrats on your sale!

Ray Mathis replied:

thanks Mary

New York, NY - United States

Congratulations on the sale of this beautiful work.

Ray Mathis replied:

thanks Madeline. The weird thing is that this field bloomed like this one year and hasn't since

Galt, Il - United States

Lovely image!! Congratulations your sale!!

Ray Mathis replied:

Thanks Bruce. Got a lot of images out of this field that summer

London - United Kingdom

Congratulations on your art sale!

Ray Mathis replied:

Thanks A. Sales are always a nice surprise.

Richmond, Su - United Kingdom

Lovely image! Congratulations on your sale!

Ray Mathis replied:

Thanks Maj. It's always been one of my favorites

Canton, Ga - United States

Very pretty Ray! Congrats on your sale!

Ray Mathis replied:

Thanks Linda. Funny, but all I can think of is all the mosquitos and how hot I was because I layered to avoid bites, and ticks.

Clay Center, KS - United States

Very nice!

Ray Mathis replied:

Thanks Tracy. It was a banner year that year for flowers, which hasn't repeated itself yet.

Ray Mathis replied:

Thanks Tracy. It was a banner year that year for flowers, which hasn't repeated itself yet.

Selah, WA - United States

Congrats Ray

Ray Mathis replied:

Thanks Jeff. It will help pay for my first digital camera, which costs more than my first car did

Colorado Springs, CO - United States

This is just so pretty! Love the light! Congratulations on your sale!

Ray Mathis replied:

Thanks Diane. On shots like these I learned to use a 2 and 1 stop neutral density split field Cokin filters. They give a slight magenta cast to the sky even though they're supposed to be gray.

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