Cowboy Cat don’t dial 911 😉
Cowboy Cat don’t dial 911 😉
Ft Benton Montana
Just a few random shots from an outing on Sunday.
First my plum tree is in bloom yes!
Next are some shots from the River Break Outfitters and Book Store in Ft. Benton the store has a little bit of everything!
This cat and me have the same idea for a good way to spend a Sunday afternoon.
Horses in the window lol
“Yup Kitty Cat” I agree I don’t call 911 either
horsin around lol
Next is a cool picture of a door and a handy idea if you don’t have real windows why you can just paint them on.
And last but certainly not least an old stern wheel steamboat, in the middle of a field, not something you see everyday for sure!
Within this post are some of my favorite shots which are also available on my web store. zazzle.com/shadowriverphoto I don’t try push my family and friends into buying my photo artwork and I consider my WordPress followers part of my extended network of friends but I am working very hard to bring awareness to the need to preserve the history of the American West. The old west pioneers and the native american cultures are a period unique in our history and really unique to the world. Most of my pictures are done in small towns are deep in the back country which don’t see a lot of visitors and yet have so many stories of our shared history that are being lost to time, the elements, and development. In these tough economic times with limited budgets most of the preservation dollars go into sites that bring in the tourist dollars and never reach the smaller towns and communities. Just this past year a bank built in 1913 and one of the origional log cabins in Ft Benton Montana were lost to fire. As these buildings are lost and the children and grandchildren pass the stories, the history of these places becomes lost to all us of. I work as a patient representative to pay my bills so my sales from the web store allow me to travel, take the photographs, meet with newspaper representatives and preservation societies and local communities to help promote, preserve, and protect these places.
The web store offers Canvas Prints, Framed Prints, and Posters to fit any budget and decor. You can also take the prints and create your own postcards with your own text (less than 2 dollars) and create unique products like kindle or Ipad covers. Like I said I am not pushing my Word Press friends to buy the products although if you want to well Yippee but if you no someone who is looking for photo art from the American West or who wants to help preserve history send to the blog or directly to the web store. From the blog you can follow the link in this post or go to the order prints page and click on the link there. If there is a photo in my blogs that you are interested in that do not appear in the store (I am constantly updating) let me know I can usually have it posted in the store for sale withing 48 hours.
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