Print of the Month – January

This is what you have been waiting for and you do not need to wait any longer.  The first release in the “Print of the Month” Collection.  I have decided that the first print will not be one of those featured in the announcement last month.  This may be a disappointment to some of you that had already decided which you were going to buy at the discounted price, but don’t be too concerned as I am sure they may become part of the collection in due course.
The first image I have chosen is “The First Snow” which captures the famous Snowdon Horseshoe immediately after the first snowfall of the winter of 2010 but before the start of the heavy snowfalls of late November which in some areas was the earliest heavy snowfall for 17 years.

“First Snow” – The Snowdon Horseshoe

Don’t forget that each image chosen will only be placed as Print of the Month once so if you like this particular image, buy it at the specially reduced price of 30% below normal prices (excluding postage) before the end of January.  The print will be 10 ins by 15 ins. This size is ideal for matting and framing in a 16 ins by 20 ins frame.  To start your collection just click on the image and you will be linked to where you can complete the purchase of the print.  Don’t forget to indicate the finish you require, either matte, lustre or glossy.
In the first announcement, I did indicate that the number of prints available at the discounted price each month would be restricted to 10, however, to try to compensate for any of you who may be
disappointed that your favourite print has not been chosen this month I am making the discounted offer available to everyone who wishes to acquire this months release.
If “The First Snow” is not one of your preferred images then, by all means, please share with me your favourites and I will see if we can make them available in due course.
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