I know some of our readers are experiencing the same sort of drought that has hit Indiana where I live and the rest of the Midwest. The heat, the lack of rain, the crops failing. I was thinking about a topic for today’s post, and I decided on images that were hot and dry. Several of our customers remind me that even a stark and arid landscape can be beautiful. And I needed that reminder today.
Chris asked us to create a canvas of this spectacular Mesa Arch in Utah. What a lovely black and white image! He sent us these kind words: “After the first print I had done through Canvas on Demand, I knew I would be using them exclusively. This is number four, and I never hesitate to recommend them to my friends. I have been so impressed by the quality and level of service that I plan to use Canvas on Demand for all my future prints. Thanks so much!” I will be watching for more of your wonderful images, Chris!
Then I noticed another canvas recently made for a customer named Helmut; it was also taken in Utah. He said, “The picture is a panorama picture of the Delicate Arch in Utah. It was taken at sunset in November. I used Panorama Factory to stitch 5 pictures together to create the panorama picture. The canvas is outstanding. It is the centerpiece of our living room. The quality of the canvas is superb and Canvas on Demand shipped it within a couple of days after I had uploaded the picture.” And what a centerpiece, indeed! Thanks for sharing this testimonial with our readers, Helmut.
And then another landscape of Mesa Arch! This one sent in by Mike. It is hard to believe that he is a new photographer. “I was hesitant to order this print so large. I thought maybe it will be pixilated, but the print looks great!! I am very pleased with the work done and with the fast delivery.” Well, keep up the great work, Mike. This canvas certainly shows your potential!
And then I decided to throw a curve ball by going from hot and dry to a fantastic image of Mary Lynn’s pond! I really enjoyed this canvas of water. I have a pond with lilies too, and I am hoping that enough rain comes soon to keep it full and lush like this one.
So if you’re toughing out the drought like so many others of us, just try to see that life is beautiful in spite of the challenges. And maybe you can do what Lynn did—find a lake and sit there for a while. Mom