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Transportation Greeting Card featuring the photograph The Lady Washington Ship by Kym Backland

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The Lady Washington Ship 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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wonderful monochrome nautical image Kym.

Wonderful capture!

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

Beautiful work, Kim. I really love the antique look of this! L/F/Shared

Beautiful capture and tone..Kym..l/f..:)

Aw, this awakens the Patrick O'Brian in me. Not very far from the Sophie. Lovely boat and wonderful tones.


Great image Kym. This beautiful ship recently visited Eureka, CA.

Fantastic shot!! take care!! lfv

Watched, wowed, loved, voted, faved! :-) Beautiful!

Wonderful capture! f/v


ANASTASIA, Happy Hump Day my friend! I appreciate your giving my photo THE LADY WASHINGTON SHIP a feature today in your group PHOTOSRUS.. this group really has grown to be a top spot contender.. thanks again!

Kym, Im from washington state and just love your photos..esp of the old ships. nice work

Kym Backland replied:

Paul, Hello fellow Washingtonian, thanks for your comment last week. Most appreciative!

Lovely shot!

Kym Backland replied:

RC, thanks so much!

MARIE, Happy Sunday Night to you! I appreciate you featuring my photo THE LADY WASHINGTON SHIP in your group PHOTOGRAPHY FROM AROUND THE WORLD.. thanks so much!

Thank you for so many features! I appreciate you featuring my photo THE LADY WASHINGTON SHIP in your group ALL NOSTALGIA it means a lot that you spend so much time helping me and us on FAA! How many groups do you have now?

Very nice. Beautiful shot, Kym. Nice sepia color. Thanks for visit my Gallery and all time you give a very nice comments. Thanks Kym!!! V/F

Kym Backland replied:

Ivete, Always a pleasure! Thanks for YOUR time too!

NICK, Thank you for the mulitiple features yesterday. I appreciate you featuring my photo THE LADY WASHINGTON SHIP in your group CLOUDS ALWAYS THE SAME BUT NEVER THE SAME... thanks Nick!

Beautiful boat capture! Love it in sepia, bravo!

Kym Backland replied:

Xueling, Thank you so much! I love color, but I think these old ships look better in sepia! I appreciate your visits today!

ROBERT, Hello! Thank you for starting this new group! I appreciate the feature of my photo THE LADY WASHINGTON SHIP in your fun and exciting new group called ANTIQUE DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY

This is definitely my favorite of your three tall ships, but I like them all! v/fav

Kym Backland replied:

Caitlyn, That's so interesting, This is our kind of "State Ship" so to speak.. so thank you for your compliment on that, and your vote and favor too! Have a great weekend!

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Artist's Description

Here is the Lady Washington, sailing during a big Tall Ship Maritime Event. She is here in the Puget Sound a lot of the time. She is fixed up by volunteers, where they learn to sail her, spend time on her, Sometimes Boy Scouts sail her too! Here is a little history of this local Puget Sound Treasure. It was launched on March 7, 1989, the Lady Washington was built in Aberdeen, Wash., by Grays Harbor Historical Seaport Authority, A not-for-profit public development authority. The new Lady Washington is a full-scale reproduction of the original Lady Washington. Built in the British Colony of Massachusetts in the 1750s, the original vessel carried freight between colonial ports until the American Revolutionary War, when she became an American privateer. In 1787, after the war, she was given a major refit to prepare her for a unprecedented trading voyage around Cape Horn. In 1788, she became the first American vessel to make landfall on the west coast of North America. A pioneer in Pan-Pa...

About Kym Backland

Kym Backland

Capturing a moment in time, is one of the best emotions. I love seeing something thru the lens and holding it near you as long as you can. I like for that image to be caught by surprise. A pure emotion. That to me is usually the most interesting. Anyways.... Photography is my medium. I do enjoy photographing those "Funny Animals" I see along the way........Laughter gets you thru a lot of hard times...I appreciate you taking the time to see what I see..... As you might have noticed I have never written a biography about myself for over 2 years. I figured I had better write one now. I'm definitely not going to write my "BIO" in the third person, so that I sound more important than I really am. Should I warn you that I have "run on"...

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