The Doors of San Miguel de Allende
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of my poster
The Doors of San Miguel de Allende
by Canadian photographer
The Doors of San Miguel de Allende reflect my 10 years of visiting San Miguel, enjoying it's culture, people and photographic opportunities.
San Miguel de Allende is a scenic colonial town near the centre of Mexico in the mountainous bajio region. One of the oldest towns in Mexico, it was originally established in about 1540 by a Franciscan priest and eventually named after Ignacio Allende, one of the leaders of the 1810 rebellion against Spanish rule.
The spirit of San Miguel de Allende is passionately evident in these photographs. Behind may of these doors lie wonderful surprises -- Doorways are adorned with colourful doors and knockers.
The Doors of San Miguel de Allende, is the first in a series of Posters, offered as a limited edition, by award winning Canadian photographer Marshall Postnikoff.
I am presently offering these high quality prints of the poster in two sizes. Please contact me for custom sizes.
Size 1 - Print Size 17” x 22” Unframed $35
Size 2 - Print Size 24” x 36" Unframed $50
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Reply to sender indicating the size required and the shipping address. The artist will then send you a PayPal invoice for the amount (plus applicable taxes). Use your PayPal account or credit card to make your payment. Your Original Poster of The Doors of San Miguel de Allende will be shipped within 1 week. A tracking number will be sent confirming your order. Please indicate if this is a gift, the invoice can be held back.
Technical Information This professionally printed print is currently available in 2 sizes, accompanied with a Certificate of Authenticity. The image is printed on professional grade high poster paper that produces superior prints in terms of archival performance, incredible resolution and detail, tonal contrast and colour depth. This print is suitable for dry mounting or framing.
“There are always two people in every picture: the photographer and the viewer.” - ansel adams
My creativity emerged through years of viewing the world through a camera lens. The magic of the camera captures moments frozen in time that connect me with my inner self and my imagination. I am continually enraptured as I look through my camera lens and I learn more about the world that surrounds me every day. The creativity and learning that I embrace grows exponentially as I capture daily life every time the shutter clicks.
I define myself as a visual opportunist. Using the immediate atmospheric conditions I seize the moment. The subjects I pursue relate to my extensive travels that furnish numerous subjects that capture my imagination and provide for 'opportunist' images. These images include Travel, Fine Art and Street Photography.
My photographs are my journals, documenting the stories of our travels, sharing the diversity and beauty of the places we have visited. I photograph because I love to photograph -- to capture moments and preserve memories. I travel because I am curious and I want to see and better understand the world we live in.
Most of my original photographic fine art originate as digital photographs. Many of the finished images are straight photographs with minimal alteration; others are digital composites made by blending multiple photographs and adding digital effects.
I hope you enjoy my work and if you have any questions about this photograph, do not hesitate to contact me. I still have a lot to learn and share.
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