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Multnomah Falls
Multnomah Falls

Multnomah Falls is located in the Columbia River Gorge. The falls plummets 620 feet in two major steps. The upper fall plunging 542 feet the lower fall 69 feet distinguishing Multnomah Falls as the highest waterfall in the state of Oregon and second highest in the nation. Lumber baron and philanthropist, Simon Benson donated the land that the falls sat upon, and funding for construction of the Benson Bridge which was constructed in 1914. The image is inked with Sepia Toned Ink.

Desert Landscape
Desert Landscape
Waiting on Grandpa
Waiting on Grandpa
Snow Canyon
Snow Canyon
House of Dark Clouds
House of Dark Clouds
After the Storm
After the Storm
Harlech Castle
Harlech Castle

Harlech Castle is located in Harlech, Gwynedd, Wales. It is a medieval fortification, constructed atop a spur of rock close to the Irish Sea. It was built by Edward I during his invasion of Wales, between 1282 and 1289. The original photographic image of the castle belongs to Lynn and Thomas Jensen. The image was inked with Sepia Toned Ink.

Tavern Dancing
Tavern Dancing

“Tavern Dancing” aka Frankie and Johnnie’s is located in Murray, Utah, where you will find cheap drinks, karaoke and pool tables, backed by a patio. The image is inked in a custom mixed violet ink.

He was hungry and Chicago was next..
He was hungry and Chicago was next..

Located in Chicago Illinois the image is inked with Sepia toned Ink.

Gunsmoke - Johnson Canyon
Gunsmoke - Johnson Canyon

The movie set located in Johnson Canyon outside of Kanab, Utah was used for outdoor scenes for the filming of Gunsmoke and other westerns shot in the area. The image is inked with Sepia Toned Ink.

Scenic Winds Motel
Scenic Winds Motel

“Scenic Winds Motel” is found in Cascade Locks, which is located 40 miles east of Portland and 20 miles west of Hood River. The City is located in the middle of the Columbia Gorge National Scenic Area in Hood River County. Cascade Locks is one of the oldest towns on the Columbia River. The image is inked with Sepia Toned Ink.

Great Salt Lake Oil Jetty
Great Salt Lake Oil Jetty

The Great Salt Lake Oil Jetty is located on the Northwest arm of the Lake, near Rozel Point. The area has been used since the 1920’s through the 1980’s as an oil drilling exploration site. The Great Salt Lake is the remnant of Lake Bonneville; a great ice age lake that rose dramatically from a small saline lake 30,000 years ago. The lake is the largest natural lake west of the Mississippi River. The Great Salt Lake is salty because it does not have an outlet.