Robert Bales


#1962 of 1985


Overlooking Framed Print

Overlooking Framed Print By Robert Bales


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8.00" x 4.50"

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Frame Width:



13.50" x 10.00"



Overlooking by Robert Bales - 8.00" x 4.50"



Luster Photo Paper



CRQ13 - Black Wood (CRQ13)


Top Mat:

Arctic White



1/8" Clear Acrylic - Foam Core Mounting



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About the Image

Overlooking by Robert Bales

Cape Disappointment lighthouse is used by ships to find the Columbia River. Looking at Cape Disappointment from McKinney's Head. Cape Disappointment is a headland located at the extreme southwestern corner of Washington State on the north side of the Columbia River bar. The point of the cape is located on the Pacific Ocean in Pacific County, approximately two miles (3.2 km) southwest of the town of Ilwaco. Cape Disappointment receives about 2552 hours of fog a year the equivalent of 106 days making it one of the foggiest places in the US. The cape was named on April 12, 1788 by British fur trader John Meares who was sailing south from Nootka in search of trade. After a storm, he turned his ship around just north of the Cape and...

About the Artist - Robert Bales

Robert Bales

I am a retired teacher, coach and athletic director. While my wife, Judy, and I were teaching she had a photo studio, and I had a dark room where I did black and white and color. Some was for the studio while most of it was just a hobby. When we retired in 2000, we sold our house in Eastern Washington and moved onto our boat, Last Class, and our motorhome. We sold Last Class a few years ago and bought a small house in Yuma, Arizona and this year bought one in Emmett Idaho. Now we spend the summers in Emmett and the winters in Yuma. Over our 50 years of marriage, we have always had an interest in photography and still do. You may order any unframed photo from this website. Just email me at the name of the photo...

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