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Chain Greeting Card featuring the photograph When Ships Where Here by Wobblymol Davis

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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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Love this! Great scenic shot with the historical focal point!

Very nice shot Wobblymol!

I love the lighting in this beautiful image!.....v/f.

Powerful shot! Love the colours and composition. v/f

Wow! Stunning comp and color, great lighting and mood! FV

Stunning color and tones! v/f

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December 13th, 2018

These are beautiful and I am very pleased with the print quality

December 13th, 2018

This is one of my favourite places in Cornwall and somewhere I walk early in the morning when I am on holiday! I bought the card for my youngest Son's girlfriend as she loves that area too!

December 13th, 2018

Me and my Husband have been on motorcycle tours in America for the last 5 years! This photo gives us a frisson of excitement to get out there again and meet up with all the friends we have made out there!

December 13th, 2018

This card could be my Granddaughter, the same hair colour and roughly the same age! It captures the special moments young children have on the beach discovering all the wonderful things they find there!

December 13th, 2018

Bought this for my daughter's birthday! She will be 38 in January and all the family holiday in Cornwall every year! This photo captures the love of the coastline we all have down there and the girl is so like my daughter it could be her!

December 13th, 2018

This photo is stunning! Coming through the tunnel frames Mount Rushmore perfectly!

Artist's Description

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA By Tim Lambert Whitehaven was a fishing village until the 17th century. The Priory of St Bees owned the village until Henry VIII dissolved the monasteries in 1539. In 1630 Sir Christopher Lowther purchased the estate. He decided to use Whitehaven as a port for exporting coal from the Cumbrian coalfield. In 1630 Whitehaven had a population of around 250 The original settlement was around the market place. Chapel Street and King Street were built in the 1640s. Roper Street was also built around that time. It was given its name because ropers made rope there. In 1660 the lord of the manor gained the right to hold a market and a fair in Whitehaven. Until 1685 it was officially part of the port of Carlisle but in that year it was made independent. (Officially the port of Whitehaven included all harbours between the rivers Ellen and Duddon). By 1685 Whitehaven had a population of over 1,000. It continued to grow rapidly. By 1700 the population was around 3,00...

About Wobblymol Davis

.Hi to everyone that has taken time out to read a bit about me. I am not the sort of person that has a lot to say about myself so there will not be much to read here. I am a self taught photographer that loves to experiment a little with photoshop and is deeply into the art of photography so much so there is nothing i don't like to take photo's of. My favourite subjects are animals and macro's of flowers and insects, horses are the animal i get to be near the most so i do take a lot of photo's of them. I prefer to take them in as free a state as possible meaning without, saddles, bridle, and riders and such. I love to see them after rolling in mud and with manes and tails blowing in the wind. Birds are another favourite but water birds are...

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