Graffitied Santa Fe Train
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While in New Mexico, I took the train from Albuquerque to Santa Fe, and spotted this old graffitied train car that was no longer used.
$10.00 — $20.00
This is an original photograph taken with my iPod Touch, using various photography apps to achieve the unique look.
It is is signed and dated on the front directly under the image, and is printed with archival, pigment inks on my Epson Giclée Photo Printer on professional glossy photo paper. There is a small border on the sides of the image, with a larger border on the top and bottom, making it ready to frame with or without a mat. It will look best in a square frame. It’s packaged in a clear, archival poly bag with an acid-free cardboard backing.
The copyright watermark is not on the original photograph.
(Note: I do my best to make sure the color looks accurate, but, everyone’s monitor is different. So the color might look different in real life than it does on your computer.)All images are copyright © 2011- 2015 Traci Bunkers. All rights reserved. I retain the copyright even after the sale of the original art. Please do not reproduce the actual art or these images without my prior permission.
- Printed with archival pigment inks:
- Professional, glossy photo paper:
- Fade resistant up to 200 years under glass:
- This comes from a pet friendly, smoke-free environment.:
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