Volumes of Prints for Sale: Stan Deatherage - Vol. I | Beaufort County Now | I have a growing collection of images, the vast majority of which are in North Carolina, that I am now offering for sale in a limited edition format, which, as most of you know, means that I will sell a certain number of prints, and then the reproductions for that image end for perpetuity.

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Photographer Stan Deatherage is now selling frame quality prints, and learning much in the process.

    I have a growing collection of images, the vast majority of which are in North Carolina, that I am now offering for sale in a limited edition format, which, as most of you know, means that I will sell a certain number of prints, and then the reproductions for that image end for perpetuity. This limited edition format will include a total of 7 to 12 reproductions, which could be printed in various formats and sizes, but, due to quality control issues, these images will not be published at any size wider than 18 inches.

    Most of these images have been taken over the last few years, mostly with my latest DSLR, and I would not offer them now unless they were print-worthy, and frame worthy. All printed images sold will be signed and numbered.

    If interested, you can contact me: on beaufortcountynow.com by PM, on themarketingofthings.com (soon) by PM, or stan@beaufortcountynow.com by email, or contact my newly minted agent, Lynn Deatherage, at lynn.deatherage@yahoo.com.

    These images are of places, that at a particular moment, were beautiful, or dramatically unique. Some of these images have already been used on BCN, as well as other company publications, mostly in the popular ongoing series Across North Carolina. I hope you enjoy these pictures in some capacity now, and, or in the future.

    All of these images, in this series, are dedicated to the promotion of a limited edition series for sale, and can be found here in succeeding volumes.
Image 1, Vol. 1, entitled "A Late Afternoon Stroll", is a walk to and across the Trestle over the Pamlico River at sunset, located at Washington, NC, which was published earlier in the Across North Carolina series, in this volume: Above. Image 2, Vol. 1, entitled "The Dying Day", is the vision of the last bit of sun on the Currituck Sound sunset, located at Duck, NC: Below.     photos by Stan Deatherage    Click images to expand.

    Sunsets, and often Sunrises are a big part of what I find interesting to film; however, I often find other subjects.
Image 3, Vol. 1, entitled "Hunger on the Wing", represents just what one might find along the roadside if they will just take a moment to discover it, located north of Asheville, NC on the Blue Ridge Parkway: Above. Image 4, Vol. 1, entitled "Mountain Flower", caught my eye as a brief ray of sunshine lit it up on a densely wooded Craggy Garden Trail, which was published earlier in the Across North Carolina series, in this volume: Below.     photos by Stan Deatherage    Click images to expand.

    And, then there is the North Carolina Outer Banks, strung in a string of wind swept and wave washed monumental mounds of sand, due east and first to face North Carolina's rising sun.
Image 5, Vol. 1, entitled "An Angry Beauty at Dawn", is fine nostalgia for one of those monumental moments at Nags Head, NC, when others dared to sleep: Above. Image 6, Vol. 1, entitled "Beacon of Bodie Island", guarding the temperamental Oregon Inlet, in the dimming light at the end of the day, which was published earlier in the Across North Carolina series, in this volume: Below.     photos by Stan Deatherage    Click images to expand.

    Somewhere in North Carolina, far nearer to the Beacon of Bodie Island than the Mountain Flowers of the Blue Ridge, we have Washington, NC, my home, whether they will have me or not.
Image 7, Vol. 1, entitled "Haven's Wharf", is just one piece of the puzzle that is the Washington waterfront, which was published earlier in the Across North Carolina series, in this volume: Above. Image 8, Vol. 1, entitled "Lost in the Day", which is the way I often find one of my most favorite muses, the Pamlico River Trestle : Below.     photos by Stan Deatherage    Click images to expand.

    Prices are reasonable, and will stay that way, as I negotiate how to best get my work out there to the World.

    In the size range of 11" x 14", depending on what material one prints upon, these prints should cost about 22.00 per signed print, with the widest prints available at 18" (just a reminder until I purchase an even more advanced DSLR).

    To view all volumes of the images for sell as limited edition prints, and, remember, it is a growing group, please click here.
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