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Goose Greeting Card featuring the photograph Little One by Kathleen Struckle

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Little One 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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1 - 2 business days

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Charlotte, NC

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So cute

Thank you Lori

Congratulations on your adorable photo reaching over 500 views! l/f

Thank you Kay

Cute!

Thank you Rebecca

Fabulous capture of this little one!

Thank you Kay

Kathleen, this is adorable. f

Thank you Cindy

So cute and excellent detail!! v/f/t

Thank you Robert

Sweet!

Thank you Teresa

Sooooo precious! FLG

Thank you Debby

Outstanding closeup of this baby goose with fantastic details, colors, lighting, clarity and bokeh Kathleen !! BRAVO !!! (L/F + now "following" you) Bill and Deb Hayes

Thank you Bill and Deb.

Kathleen, this is adorable. f/l

Thank you Cindy

Kathleen, absolutely sweet! Featured on Poetic Poultry! https://fineartamerica.com/groups/poetic-poultry-.html

Thank you Anita for the feature in Poetic Poultry group, I appreciate this very much

Congratulations on your outstanding artwork! It has been chosen to be FEATURED in the group 500 VIEWS.

TGhank you Mariola for the feature in 500 Views ob an image. I appreciate this very much

Lovely capture!

Thank you Nathalie

Thank you Chrisann for the feature in Weekly Fun For All Mediums Group. I appreciate this very much

Thank you Navin for the feature in Top 100 Throw Pillow Group. I appreciate this very much

Top finisher in Spring Baby Contest 4//09/2015 Thank you for the votes

I just love this one.. it is precious! lf

Thank you Michele

What a fabulous capture, perfect point of view, lighting and definition! lf

Thank you Michele

Adorable shot !

Thank you Hanny

So cute! Congratulations, Your wonderful work of art has been featured on "Fuzzy, Warm & Soft"!

Thank you Phyllis for the feature in Fuzzy,Warm and soft Group.Very much appreciated

I'm sure I had commented on this one before.. lovely picture dear Kathy...

Thank you Geoff

Very cute Kathleen, featured in "Art for the nursery wall". L/f

Thank you Piggy for the feature in Art for the Nursery Wall.I appreciate this very much

So adorable - great detail and lighting! L/F

Thank you Venetia

Thank you Krista for the feature in top Three contest winner Group

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Artist's Description

Baby Goose-Forest Lawn Cemetery-Buffalo,New York When Buffalo was made the western terminus of the Erie Canal in 1825, the city became the western outpost of the East and the East�s gateway to the West. In 1842, Joseph Dart, buried in Section 1 of Forest Lawn Cemetery, invented the steam-powered grain elevator which mechanized the unloading and loading of wheat and other grains, thereby introducing incredible productivity to the previously laborious process of transferring grains to and from shallow-bottomed canal barges and large lake ships. Buffalo�s economy surged forward and by 1849, it was the busiest grain-transfer port in the world, surpassing London, Odessa, and Rotterdam. A Buffalo lawyer, Charles E. Clarke, recognized the need for a cemetery of substantial size to serve the city's booming population. What he had in mind was more than a burial ground. In 1849, he purchased land in the country 2 1/2 miles from downtown Buffalo, following the vision created by P�re-Lachai...

About Kathleen Struckle

Kathleen Struckle

Hi,My name is Kathleen Struckle. I live in Clarence,New York. I am a self taught photographer Discount 30 % EGFGBJ Discount does not apply to commercial images or Royalty Free work

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