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Monthly Archives: November 2011
First off, thank you for your support and visiting our site!
If you’re interested in the limited edition Passo Giau print – please email me for more information: email@example.com.
The price is 100 dollars including shipping. Payment is via PayPal and goes to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you’re interested in other prints or digital downloads, so that you can do your own printing – head on over to our new online storefront:
That will become gruberimages.com in the near future. It’s still a work in progress, so let me know what you think!
Digital downloads are 50 dollars apiece, but if you’d like to download a number of images, I’d be happy to work out a better price for you.
Thank you so, so much for your interest and support. We’ve been blown away by all the kind words. It means a lot. Thank you.
Thanks for visiting!
We are offering 100 limited edition prints of the Passo Giau. The price is 100 dollars, which includes shipping. You can order the image via PayPal. Please send funds to: email@example.com.
If you have any questions, please, email me: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you’d like to see thousands of our other images – head on over to Flickr.
We’re doing our best to turn our passion for photography into something that might be sustainable for us in the future, or as Robert Frost says so much better than I could ever hope to:
My object in living is to unite
My avocation and my vocation
As my two eyes make one in sight.
Only where love and need are one,
And the work is play for mortal stakes,
Is the deed ever really done
For Heaven and the future’s sakes.
We’ve spent most of the last year taking a lot of pictures. It has been an incredible adventure, and we’ve learned a lot. I hope that 2012 can be even better.
As always, thank you for your support and help.
Ashley wrote this note to the producers of our favorite source of listening entertainment on our bikes, This American Life. If you haven’t checked out the show – do it.
Hi all –
I’m a fairly new listener to TAL, but I thoroughly enjoy the show
I was eating cereal this morning when a question entered my thoughts:
What is the difference between name-brand and off brand? How can they afford to produce the same product (more or less) at a reduced price? Is there a reduction in quality? What are the economics behind that?
I’d love to hear a show talking about this. As a young couple we frequently buy both types of product — it seems like that is a part of this American life, at least for us.
Thanks and all the best,