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Hdr Tote Bag featuring the photograph Navel Gun Over Looking Uss Batfish by John Straton

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Navel Gun Over Looking Uss Batfish Tote Bag

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Our tote bags are made from soft, durable, poly-poplin fabric and include a 1" black strap for easy carrying on your shoulder.   All seams are double-stitched for added durability.   Each tote bag is machine-washable in cold water and is printed on both sides using the same image.

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Great work

John Straton replied:

Thanks

Thanks John Langdon featured my artwork in the group Use Your Imagination

Thanks JW Hanley featured my artwork in the group Southern Photographers

Tote Bag Reviews (1426)

Average Rating (5 Stars):

September 22nd, 2018

Beautiful artwork and quality.

September 22nd, 2018

Looks child appropriate

September 20th, 2018

Great size, great quality, great colors, wonderful art. I gave this to a friend for her birthday, and she was beyond thrilled.

September 20th, 2018

Great size, great quality. Love, love, love the artwork.

September 17th, 2018

Carol McShane Review Submitted: September 17th, 2018 This was a gift to a person who is restoring a prairie. The Bobolink is her favorite. The tote bag was well received

September 17th, 2018

This was a gift to a person who is restoring a prairie. This year she has 14 herons gathering on the banks of the Little Sioux River. The tote bag was well received.

Artist's Description

Batfish in seven war patrols, claimed a total of 15 ships sunk for 37,484 tons, and damaged 3 other ships. JANAC officially credited Batfish with only 6 ships, for a total of 10,230 tons. This accreditation is par for the statistical course. Generally, American submarines were credited with only half of what they sank - or claimed twice as many ships as were later substantiated. At any rate, JANAC credited Batfish with the sinking of 3 enemy submarines. But even here, the records are confused, particularly as to the identity of the first submarine Batfish sank on February 9, 1945. Some records indicated I-41, others the RO-115, others the RO-55. To the best available information, there is general agreement about the second and third submarines: RO-112 and RO- 113. The entire crew serving aboard the 6th War Patrol was authorized to wear the Presidential Unit Citation which read as follows: "For extraordinary heroism in action against enemy Japanese combatant forces during the sixth War...

About John Straton

From my Grandfathers Leica M3 To my Current OMD EM1 MK2 With Leica Autofocus and Leica R Lenses. I learned a lot from my grandfather " The Lenses are what takes the Picture The Body is a light tight box" Once photographing meant a large box camera on a tripod, shifting film plate after each shot - and working with a dark cloth over your head and the camera.But then something happened.The Leica was extremely compact and could be fitted with a very high quality lens that enabled photographers to work in ordinary outdoor settings with available light. It was always instantly ready to capture life and action effortlessly from any angle with the photographer often able to remain unnoticed. Without the usual heavy equipment, photographs...

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