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A Tree Grows in Brooklyn 8x10 Print

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This is the larger, 8x10 print that features a beautiful and challenging quote from the novel "A Tree Grows in Brooklyn" by Betty Smith and a photo taken at sunset in Maine.

There are so many memorable characters and lines in ATGB, but the passage where the quote in this print came from is one of the best, and an incredible challenge for all of us:

"The last time of anything has the poignancy of death itself. This that I see now, she thought, to see no more this way. Oh, the last time how clearly you see everything; as though a magnifying light had been turned on it. And you grieve because you hadn't held it tighter when you had it every day. What had Granma Mary Rommely said? 'To look at everything always as though you were seeing it either for the first or last time: Thus is your time on earth filled with glory.'"

This item is available as a smaller, 5x7 print in a separate listing.

Add a note card of your choice with a personal message inside to send this as a gift: https://www.etsy.com/listing/481604933/add-a-gift-card?ref=shop_home_active_22

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Please note, this listing is for the print only and does not include a frame or mat.

Additionally, the actual color of the print may vary slightly from the color you see on your computer.

All photos are original and were taken by me. The words were added in Photoshop.

Each print is professionally printed by a photography lab on Kodak Professional Endura Premier Paper. Then, the print is packaged in a plastic cello sleeve and sandwiched between two pieces of cardboard before being mailed in a rigid photo mailer to ensure safe delivery. If your prints ever arrive in imperfect condition, I'll gladly remedy the situation asap!
This is the larger, 8x10 print that features a beautiful and challenging quote from the novel "A Tree Grows in Brooklyn" by Betty Smith and a photo taken at sunset in Maine.

There are so many memorable characters and lines in ATGB, but the passage where the quote in this print came from is one of the best, and an incredible challenge for all of us:

"The last time of anything has the poignancy of death itself. This that I see now, she thought, to see no more this way. Oh, the last time how clearly you see everything; as though a magnifying light had been turned on it. And you grieve because you hadn't held it tighter when you had it every day. What had Granma Mary Rommely said? 'To look at everything always as though you were seeing it either for the first or last time: Thus is your time on earth filled with glory.'"

This item is available as a smaller, 5x7 print in a separate listing.

Add a note card of your choice with a personal message inside to send this as a gift: https://www.etsy.com/listing/481604933/add-a-gift-card?ref=shop_home_active_22

***

Please note, this listing is for the print only and does not include a frame or mat.

Additionally, the actual color of the print may vary slightly from the color you see on your computer.

All photos are original and were taken by me. The words were added in Photoshop.

Each print is professionally printed by a photography lab on Kodak Professional Endura Premier Paper. Then, the print is packaged in a plastic cello sleeve and sandwiched between two pieces of cardboard before being mailed in a rigid photo mailer to ensure safe delivery. If your prints ever arrive in imperfect condition, I'll gladly remedy the situation asap!

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