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Ann Horn Greeting Card featuring the photograph Largest Weathervane by Ann Horn

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Largest Weathervane Greeting Card

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Our greeting cards are 5" x 7" in size and are produced on digital offset printers using 100 lb. paper stock. Each card is coated with a UV protectant on the outside surface which produces a semi-gloss finish. The inside of each card has a matte white finish and can be customized with your own message up to 500 characters in length. Each card comes with a white envelope for mailing or gift giving.

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Many thanks for your gracious comment, Maria.

Nice capture. L

Barbara, thank you very much for featuring Largest Weathervane in the MOUSE group.

Thanks, E. Your words of affirmation are encouraging and appreciated. Thanks so much. (An occasional typo never hurt anybody... I knew what you meant.)

Many thanks, Kristin. glad you like this one.

Very well done, Ann. I do like this portrait version - fantastic focus.

Ana, thanks for your generous words of affirmation, Ana.

I love the weathervanes and the symbolistique behind them. Wonderful capture, Ann. As always, I like very much the way you see things. ___ Ana

thats a great weather vane ! lovely shot

Thanks, Steve. This is one humonguos weathervane! Glad you like the image.

Carl, I appreciate your gracious over-the-top comment. Every once in a while I need a dose of encouragement, and this was one of those times. Thanks!

Wonderful clarity and strong composition. Fantastic, Ann.

Ann: This is truly an amazing photograph. It is clean, perfectly composed and strongly symbolic.

Peggy and Gary... I appreciate your gracious comments. As always, thank you.

It's always so interesting to know the story behind the pictures... this is a beautiful shot, Ann!

Many thanks for your gracious comments, Ernie and Debbie.

What a beautiful shot! Love the story as well!

Nicely Captured!!

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Artist's Description

Claimed to be the largest in the world, this operating weathervane stands in the town square of Montague, Michigan on White Lake. Made of hand formed aluminum, it is 48 feet high, 14 feet long, and weighs 4,300 pounds. The ship on top is the Ella Ellenwood, a Great Lakes lumber schooner whose home port was White Lake, which empties into Lake Michigan. In October of 1901 it ran aground with a full load eight miles off Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The crew abandoned ship. Wind and waves broke it to pieces. The next spring part of the nameplate bearing the word Ellenwood was found. It had drifted home. Copyright 2011 Ann Horn. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. This copyrighted image does not belong to the public domain and may not be reproduced, copied, altered or manipulated in any way without the written permission of Ann Horn. ann-horn.artistwebsites.com.

About Ann Horn

Ann Horn

An avid photographer and sometimes published poet, Ann is always watching for visual images for photo and/or word, ever intrigued by light, color, pattern, people... and surprise, always hoping to see the world with greater clarity, deeper understanding, and ceaseless wonder. You will find her selection of photographs eclectic and evocative. Copyright 1987-2016 Ann Horn. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Includes all images, descriptions, bio, blog & poetry. These copyrighted images do not belong to the public domain and may not be reproduced, copied, altered or manipulated in any way. You are invited to visit Ann Horn's blog, where some of her images are paired with her poetry. http://ann-horn.artistwebsites.com/myblog.html ....

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